Listen Again: 5th Health and Wellbeing Lecture Series
Have you missed a session? Do you want to listen again?
All 12 lectures from Series 5 are now available online to listen again, catch-up on or share with your colleagues.
Presentation slides have also been added where available.
Session 1: Dementia (28.10.2014)
Lecture 2: Presentation by the Alzheimiers Society
Session 2: Modern-Day Slavery in North Wales (18.11.2014)
Lecture 1: 'Modern Slavery: Removing the Blindfold’, James Coy
Lecture 2: 'Slavery – Hidden in Plain Sight: A Wales and UK Perspective', Stephen Chapman
Session 3: Cancer Care (20.01.2015)
Lecture 1: 'The Battle Ahead', Damian Heron - Director North Wales Cancer Network and Associate Chief of Staff Cancer, Palliative Care and Clinical Haematology Clinical Programme Group
Lecture 2: 'Prevention is Better than Cure', Damian Heron
Session 4: Austim Sepctrum Disorder (17.02.2015)
Lecture 1: 'Health and Wellbeing in People with Autism and Intellectual Disability', Dr Tracey Lloyd
Lecture 2: 'The Health of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities', Dr Ceri Christian-Jones
Session 5: Obesity (17.03.2015)
Lecture 1: Food Dudes Programme - Professor Pauline Horne
Lecture 2: 'Using Behaviour Change to Enable Children to Eat Well: Food Dudes Programme in Denbighshire Special Schools', Dr Mihela Erjavec
Session 6: Drugs and Alcohol (01.04.2015)
Lecture 1: Why Do People Take Drugs? with Steve Hosiers
Lecture 2: Personality in Relations to Drugs & Alcohol with Simon Viktor