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The Institute of Rural Health (IHR), at Gregynog Hall, near Newtown, has already formed a steering committee represented by industry organisations, the health and social sectors, and voluntary groups.
A study by the Institute of Rural Health (IRH) at Gregynog in Powys, funded by the Assembly Government and published in 2003, found that 57% of theWelsh families most affected by the cull were plagued with anxiety or depression, or both.
The Institute of Rural Health, based near Newtown, Powys, said emergency ambulance services were likely to face even longer journey times because of the centralisation of services.
Organised by the Department of Health's West Midlands Public Health Group and the Institute of Rural Health (IRH), it is being staged to coincide with Rural Health Week, which runs until September 30.
ISU Institute of Rural Health Presents Program to Congress.
We are currently working in collaboration with the Institute of Rural Health at Idaho State University to apply for a federal grant through the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality for up to $600,000 in funding to support a quality improvement project.
Helen Porter of the Institute of Rural Health, based at Gregynog, Newtown in Mid Wales, said many postcard-pretty villages in Wales have pockets of deprivation alongside them.
Rev Nick Read, agricultural chaplain for the Hereford Diocese and chairman of the Institute of Rural Health, said: "The Government wants us to be able to choose which hospital we want but in areas like Herefordshire that is absolute nonsense.