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NHS flu fighter 14h
Helen fell severely ill with after she didn’t get her flu jab, unlike her healthcare worker sister Samantha. Their story demonstrates the importance of getting your vaccine! See the full video by clicking here:
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Rosie Dobson 10h
The Infection Prevention & Control Team have had their flu jab! Have you had yours? If not, please arrange to be vaccinated as soon as possible to ensure that you are protected against flu this winter.🖒
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Norfolk Imms Nov 9
Half way through our flu campaign, the Norfolk Imms and Great Yarmouth and Waveney teams are sitting at 67%!!!! Well done everyone
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Sarah Holtom 8h
Great day today forward planning for the ward. Thanks to and our fabulous Senior Prac for people with Personality Disorder Emma for their input, and our amazing Matron Helen for the mass team injections 😂👍
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Hamilton Health Sciences Staff 18h
It’s important for us as healthcare workers to prevent hospital-contracted , visit any Employee Health Services office during regular hours or our drugstores for your !
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Agnieszka 20h
Need to find to get my jab today. I’m an if only to get the car air freshener 😀
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Raschel Smith Nov 14
Pulled up my big girls pants and had my flu jab today. It didn't hurt, I don't feel ill, but I do feel good about doing my bit for
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Ashley RN Nov 5
A startling number of health care professionals do not get vaccinated. Flu vaccines protect not only you, but your family and patients as well! Influenza Vaccination Information for Health Care Workers via
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NDHT Nov 13
Our flu bug has been out and about again! Can you guess where it is at NDHT? Tweet us with your guess, we’ll reveal all later today. Don’t forget, you can help to stop the spread of flu by getting the flu jab
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Health & Wellbeing Nov 14
Dates and times for all flu clinics for this week are available now on the Intranet
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Kathy Hankins RMN 7h
A 'little shout out' to maintenance teams Martin and Wayne today, came to do Legionnaires testing and popped in for flu jabs whilst the taps ran. Commented, 'we go everywhere, we don't want to be taking flu with us..' Top men!
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Yvonne Howie 14h
Great day at for flu immunisations. Many thanks to all the teachers and janitor for your help. Also huge thank you for our delicious lunch. We had a lovely day with the kids
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NWBoroughsHealthcare Nov 14
Make sure you don’t miss out on the chance to get protected against flu this year - be a and protect yourself, our service users, our patients, your family and friends, you can see where we currently stand on our jab-o-meter:
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Andrea Clegg Nov 14
EAL QMC congratulations on your 100% plus flu vaccinated staff. Thank you fir keeping your staff and patients safe
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NHS flu fighter 17h
. tells us what its like being an at risk patient and how vital it is for staff treating her to have had their jab.
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Nicola Hall Nov 14
Oh I love a challenge ... come on then Sompar staff, when we reach 75% ... then I promise to wear this outfit for the day !!!
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Parvin Nov 13
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University Hospitals Birmingham Nov 14
During the first months of life, if mum has had the flu vaccination, baby may also be at reduced risk of the flu. staff should speak to their sister or charge nurse or find a vaccination session to become a :
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Staffordshire CCGs 16h
You can get vaccinated at any point during your pregnancy, however fit and healthy you might feel. So ask your GP, pharmacist or midwife about the free flu jab now.
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Sussex Partnership 20h
SPFT colleagues - there's still time to get your flu jab with clinics taking place this week in Hastings, Chichester, Eastbourne and Brighton. Check out the intranet for dates and times and if you cant make it to a clinic contact for a voucher. Be a
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