The Welsh committee for public health medicine (WCPHM) considers and reports to the committee for public health medicine on matters particular to Wales, respecting the relationship of the medical profession in Wales to the Welsh Government. It keeps the central committee informed of the circumstances related to practice in Wales.
The committee normally meets three times a year with one meeting being an open meeting.
- Tuesday 29 October, 2019 (10.30am to 1pm)
- Tuesday 28 January, 2020 (10.30am to 1pm)
- Tuesday 28 April, 2020, open meeting (10.30am to 1pm)
Where we meet:
BMA Cymru Wales
2 Caspian Point
For more information email [email protected] or call 029 2047 4633.
Public health workforce – working to reverse the loss of public health consultants in Wales over the last decade
Welsh undergraduate curriculum – influencing and revamping the Welsh undergraduate medical curriculum to include public health medicine content
Improve and increase public health publications and web content.
Who we are
The designated 10 voting members for 2016-19:
Three consultants in public health medicine from each geographical region.
Mid and west Wales
- Dr Ciaran Humphreys
- Dr Michael Thomas (Deputy Chair) - Acting Chair 2018-19
- Dr Nina Williams
- Dr Robert Atenstaedt
- Dr Graham Brown
- Dr Marysia Hamilton-Kirkwood - Acting Deputy Chair 2018-19
- Dr Stephen Monaghan
- Dr Rhianwen Stiff
One representative of medical StRs in public health medicine working in Wales
Elected on an all-Wales basis by StR cohort
Immediate past chair
- Professor John Watkins
- Dr Marc Davies
Nominations are sought for the Welsh committee for public health medicine for the 2019-22 session. Nominations open on 2 July and have been extended to 12pm on 19 July. Voting will run from 23 July to 9 August. Find out more.
Guide to the WPHMC (PDF)
End of session report
Public health medicine in Wales - Overview
Service reviews: what are they, their aims and how should they happen
Email us: [email protected]