Public Health Wales wants to hear your views about what we can do in Wales to help people avoid physical and mental ill-health.
Everyone in Wales is being urged to visit www.staywellinwales.com to say what’s important to you, your friends and your communities, and what you think will help people live healthier, happier and longer lives.
Results from the short online survey will help Public Health Wales tackle issues like smoking, vaccinations, obesity, drug and alcohol use as well as many other health issues over the next decade.
Professor Mark Bellis, Director of Policy, Research and International Development at Public Health Wales, said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for people to help shape a shared approach to preventing illness and promoting better physical and mental health in Wales.
“Making sure Wales is healthier, happier and fairer is only possible by working with all our communities and so we are one of the first nations in the world to ask all residents to help inform the direction of their national public health organisation.
“Have your say now and encourage anyone else you know aged 16 years and over to have their say too.”
The Public Health Wales 10 year plan will set out priorities to 2030 on how the organisation will support people and communities to protect and improve their health and well-being.
The survey is available online until the 22nd October 2017.