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Sophie Henderson 8 Nov 17
Replying to @NHSflufighter
Even if u don't think you'll get flu how would u feel if u made someone u love or care for seriously ill?
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Paul Murray Oct 4
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Dr. Hilary Jones Oct 9
I’m having my vaccination to protect myself, my patients, & my family. The vaccination is free for frontline healthcare workers & is vital to protect yourself & those around you.
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LTHT People Oct 5
Week one at Leeds Teaching Hospital - 2,923 staff vaccinated, including 2,139 front line staff. Thanks to the staff for making time & the vaccinators for all their hard work. We need the breakdown of doctors & nurses
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Martin English Oct 8
I’ve had mine. . Have you had your flu jab, yet?
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Sam Allen Nov 29
I heard a rumour we are very close to vaccinating 75% of our frontline staff & the team plan to exceed this Huge thanks to our superstar & SPFT colleagues. Keep going.... nearly there 🙌🏼💪🏼
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BSUH NHS Oct 11
It is extremely important that hospital staff get vaccinated against the virus to cut the risk of it spreading. We spoke to Nurse Director Caroline Davies about her experience contracting the virus. Catch her interview on tonight!
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Public Health England Oct 8
vaccination: What you need to know about this year's programme:
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Julie McDonald 6 Nov 17
I had my flu jab because my friend Jim who was young fit and healthy died of flu. Shared his story to encourage
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Sandwell Council Oct 17
We offer flu vaccinations to all of our employees to ensure we’re there to deliver the best services possible throughout the winter months. Here's our Executive Director of Resources Darren Carter having his flu jab yesterday. 💉
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Sharon Haley 9 Nov 17
I got the flu jab because I want my SAU Team to stay well and fit for work.
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Debbie Eyitayo Oct 2
Yesterday was day 10 in my new role as Director of People ⁦⁩ and flu jab season has started in earnest. Please have the flu vaccine to protect yourself, patients, service users & your family
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Public Health England Oct 8
Today marks to beginning of flu . Our director for health protection, Paul Cosford, got his flu vaccine recently and then spoke to us about why it's important to be protected against flu:
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NHS Maudsley Oct 8
Our fantastic peer vaccinators ready to protect our staff from flu this year. Flu clinics across the Trust start today. 61.6 % of our frontline staff were vaccinated last year and we’re hoping to beat that this year!
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Guy's and St Thomas' Oct 10
We kicked off our 2018 campaign by vaccinating more than 1,000 staff in one day! A fantastic effort by our army of vaccinators encouraging staff to get their - protecting patients, friends, family and colleagues.
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Matt Dunn Oct 9
2018 flu campaign is well underway, doing our utmost to project our patients, our families & ourselves
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Maria Greene Oct 8
all departments jabbing n tweeting to protect us all
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NHS Digital Oct 9
Stay well this winter and protect yourself, your colleagues and your family by getting your free jab, available for all staff.
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The Princess Alexandra Hospital Oct 6
This year’s starts tomorrow. We’re supporting the week-long campaign to start conversations between NHS & social care staff about why the flu jab is important. Take part by sharing your reasons for getting the flu jab on & nominating 2 others get theirs.
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NHS AV Production Sep 15
Today we filmed the story of these twin sisters and how one got the flu jab and was okay whilst the other didn’t and never fully recovered for almost a year. Film to be released in so watch out!
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