Terms and Conditions

Permitted Use

Visitors to NHS Wales Health Collaborative (this website) are granted permission to access published materials (content) subject to these terms. By using the website, you agree to be bound by the terms of use.

Whilst content may be accessed, downloaded and used for personal and non-commercial purposes (e.g. private research, study or in-house use); visitors must not reproduce or re-publish any material from this website without permission from the website / copyright owner.

Images, logos and graphics used on this site are owned by us and/or third parties. These must not be used without obtaining permission from the copyright owner.

You acknowledge that all intellectual property rights relating to this website belong to Public Health Wales, as the host body for the NHS Wales Health Collaborative, and where applicable, third party associates.


Personal Information

When you voluntarily submit identifiable data on this website (this includes submission of feedback form, questionnaires etc.), the information submitted is used solely to respond to your queries and for its intended purpose. We do not share web user information with third parties.

Virus Protection

We make every effort to check and test material for viruses. However, it is recommended that you run an anti-virus program on all materials downloaded from the internet. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss, disruption or damage to your data or computer system which may occur whilst using material derived from this website.


Care is taken to ensure that the website content is accurate. Nevertheless, content is provided for general information only, and you use it at your own risk. We will not be held liable for damage or loss ensuing from any act or omission resulting from the use of information on this website.

External Websites

The NHS Wales Health Collaborative is not responsible for the content or reliability of any linked websites. We accept no liability in respect of the content or for the consequences of following any advice included on such sites. Listing should not be taken as an endorsement of any kind.

We cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and have no control over the availability of the linked pages or change of website address.

The NHS Wales Health Collaborative reserves the right to reject or remove links to any website.

Google Translate Feature

NHS Wales websites, which have the Google Translate Feature enabled, offer translations performed by Google™ Translate, a third party service that NHS Wales has no control over. Translated pages are not part of the hosted website, nor have any link to the NHS Wales domain.

This service is an automated computer translation and, as such, will not be a perfect translation and will be prone to mistakes that a human speaker would not otherwise make.

The translation should be used as a rough guide only. NHS Wales in no way accepts liability for the accuracy of these translations or any loss incurred as a result of them. 

Future Amendments

Subsequent changes to these terms will be made available on this website.


Freedom of information

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) came into force as of the 1 January 2005, it reflects a national policy shift in public administration from a culture of confidentiality to one of openness and accountability.

The legislation entitles the public, the general right of access to information that is held by any public authority such as Public Health Wales, subject to certain limited exemptions. 

If you would like to make a request for information, then please do so either by email, phone or in writing to:

  • Freedom of Information Requests
  • Freedom of Information Office
  • ‚Ä®Public Health Wales, Floor 3, 2 Capital Quarter, Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF10 4BZ
  • foi.phw@wales.nhs.uk
  • 029 2010 4308

You have the right to request the format of the information required.