Routes into Languages Cymru and partner universities are offering a series of film and literature workshops to A level students. The workshops are designed to support delivery of the Modern Foreign Language (MFL) curriculum and aim to improve existing levels of knowledge and understanding for the student.
Dementia is a major public health issue in Wales. Approximately 42,000 people in Wales have dementia. It is most common among older people – dementia affects one in twenty over the age of 65 and one in five over the age of 80. As we face a growing ageing population the need for Government, academia, the NHS and many other support organisations to work together to address this issue becomes ever more important.
Following hot on the heels of the Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales, Vaughan Gething’s announcement of £5.5 million for digital priorities within the Welsh NHS, and the Wales Audit Office report on NHS Infomatics, this event will bring together a diverse panel to give their insights into this important and timely discussion.
A talk and workshop with guest speaker Dr Manuela Perteghella (curator, translator and independent researcher) as part of the Translation, Adaptation and Performance research theme at the School of Modern Languages.