Improving Health and Reducing Inequalities in Rural Mid-Wales

Improving Health and Reducing Inequalities in Rural Mid-Wales

Aberystwyth University’s Centre for Excellence in Rural Health Research is holding an open meeting on: April the 5th, from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm, venue TBC.

Refreshments will be provided

 The meeting is open to all residents of Mid-Wales

Rural areas tend to report better health outcomes than urban areas, with higher life expectancy and lower rates of premature deaths. However, rural areas have challenges that can contribute to poorer health outcomes, and these may affect some locations and populations disproportionately.

We are keen to hear your views about some of the challenges that living in rural Wales poses for your health and wellbeing. The centre is looking to gain information which will be used to inform priority research areas for non-NHS interventions in rural health and social care.

If you would like to attend please register by sending an email to: ruralhealth@aber.ac.uk or telephone: 01970 622 643 or 01970621749  by March the 28th, please include your name and contact details.

All Welcome

 

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