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WarwickshireNorthCCG 2h
We would like to wish everyone celebrating a very happy Diwali!
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WarwickshireNorthCCG 4h
Watch this video to understand why it’s so important for pregnant women to have their free flu jab:
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Pharmacists study at university for four years & have a year ‘in practice’ before qualifying. They are the experts in the use of medicines.
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Flu can cause many complications during pregnancy, particularly in the later stages. So, book your free flu jab today.
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 18
Has your voluntary organisation completed an amazing patient engagement project? If so a £2,000 grant could be yours
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 18
If you are aged 65 or over you are entitled to a free flu vaccination. Contact your GP for more information
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 17
Protect your parents aged 65 or over from getting the flu by reminding them to get the vaccine. They are more at risk
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 17
Getting a free flu vaccination can help prevent difficulties and keep mother and baby safe.
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NHS England-MidsEast Oct 17
Have a long term health condition? The flu jab can help protect you from flu. Contact your GP or a pharmacist
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 16
Pharmacies are often open later and at weekends and offer health advice and information if your child falls ill this summer
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 16
Pregnant women are less able to fight off infections and therefore more likely to be seriously ill if they contract the flu virus. .
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 15
You are more at risk of getting the flu virus if you are 65 or over. Go to your GP and get the jab to protect yourself
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 15
Pregnant women who have the flu jab also pass some protection on to their babies, which lasts for the first few months of their lives.
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 15
To clamp down on germs, we all need to ‘Catch it. Bin it. Kill it’
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 15
Preventing the spread of germs is the most effective way of slowing the spread of flu.
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 15
Once flu is circulating, apart from vaccination, good hand hygiene is the main way to prevent it spreading.
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 15
As a carer it is important to protect yourself and the people you care for. Visit your GP for a free jab against flu
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 14
The flu vaccination is the best protection against flu. It’s safe during any stage in pregnancy.
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 14
Carers need to protect themselves by receiving the flu jab, so they can continue to care for others
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WarwickshireNorthCCG Oct 13
Has your community group completed an amazing patient engagement project? If so a £2,000 grant could be yours
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