Public Health Wales Good Practice Scheme
Could you benefit from gaining support in developing your initiative towards good practice?
Would you like to raise the profile of your work and gain recognition for your achievements?
Do you believe that there is a benefit to sharing your practice and learning from others practice - that in sharing we succeed?
The All Wales Mental Health Promotion Network in collaboration with the Physical Activity and Nutrition Networks Wales and the All Wales Sexual Health Network are now accepting submission for the Public Health Wales Good Practice Scheme.
The Public Health Wales Good Practice Scheme is an approach that supports all practitioners, organisations and sectors involved health promotion, health improvement and community health development initiatives in the fields of nutrition and physical activity, mental health promotion and sexual health. The scheme consists of a good practice database, quality mark, awards and provision of support. It rewards good practice and will provide a systematic approach to sharing information about initiatives on the scheme in order to prevent duplication, enhance learning and enable decisions about what initiatives to adopt or develop.
The scheme was launched at regional workshops in October and November 2010 following a successful pilot earlier in the year.
The presentations from the workshops are available to download:
There are considerable benefits for participants including:
For further information please download the information booklet, which includes frequently asked questions.
Please fill in the questionnaire in order to participate in the scheme and return to Marie Griffiths.
Factsheet - Engaging with Beneficiaries
Factsheet - Evaluation
The Public Health Wales Good Practice Database will be available from January 2011 and will include all initiatives submitted to the scheme.
For more information please contact Marie Griffiths on 029 2082 7627 or email email@example.com
Last updated: 05/04/2013