Influenza vaccine: ovalbumin content – GOV.UK

Published 29 July 2016 Last updated 1 December 2020 + show all updates 1 December 2020Ovalbumin content list updated. 10 June 2020Added table for the 2020 to 2021 flu season. 4 July 2019Updated title of document to 'Influenza vaccines: 2019 to 2020 flu season.' 3 July 2019Updated with the vaccines for the 2018 to 2019 flu season. 11 January 2019Added a note to the table about an approved batch of Vaxigrip Tetra and updated the age indication for Mylan’s quadrivalent influenza vaccine products to 3 years and over, instead of from 18. 9 August 2018Added this season's Ovalbumin influenza vaccine table. 2 August 2017Added Ovalbumin content of the influenza…

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Mortality Profile: December 2020 – GOV.UK

Public Health England (PHE) has updated the Mortality Profile The profile brings together a selection of mortality indicators, including from other PHE data tools such as the Public Health Outcomes Framework, making it easier to assess outcomes across a range of causes of death. The following indicators have been updated with data for 2017 to 2019: under 75 mortality rate for all causes under 75 mortality rate from heart disease under 75 mortality rate from stroke under 75 mortality rate from breast cancer (females only) under 75 mortality rate from colorectal cancer under 75 mortality rate from injuries If you would like to send us feedback on the…

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National General Practice Profiles: 2020 annual update

Annual update of the majority of indicators in the National General Practice Profiles. The National General Practice Profiles are designed to support GPs, primary care networks (PCNs), clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and local authorities to ensure that they are providing and commissioning effective and appropriate healthcare services for their local populations. In addition to viewing individual practice profiles, users can view summary profiles for PCNs, CCGs and other higher geographies. Each practice can be compared with its CCG, PCN and England in a user-friendly, informative format. Source link

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NHS Health Check quarterly statistics: December 2020

This update contains data from 151 local authorities for July to September 2020 (quarter 2 for 2020 to 2021) and cumulative data from 1 April 2016 to 30 September 2020. The cumulative data also includes amended statistics for 23 local authorities for April to June 2020 (quarter 1 of 2020 to 2021). For more information about NHS Health Check data contact PHE.enquiries@phe.gov.uk. Source link

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Cardiovascular disease profiles: December 2020 update

The cardiovascular disease profiles have been updated by Public Health England (PHE). The profiles provide an overview of data on cardiovascular and cardiovascular related conditions of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease. They are intended to help commissioners and health professionals assess the impact of cardiovascular disease (CVD) on their local population, make decisions about services and improve outcomes for patients. The cardiovascular disease profiles are one of a range of data and analysis resources produced by PHE’s National Cardiovascular Intelligence Network (NCVIN). NVCIN has released a range of cardiovascular disease guidance, data and intelligence resources. Source link

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Musculoskeletal conditions profile: December 2020 update

The musculoskeletal conditions profile tool has been updated. This includes: an update of 2 existing indicators a revision and an update of one indicator a temporary withdrawal of one indicator Details of the latest release can be found in the statistical commentary. The musculoskeletal conditions profile tool has been designed to bring together meaningful data on a single platform, to enable the commissioning of high value musculoskeletal services. Data are provided in a user-friendly format to help local government and health services: understand the health needs of their populations see how many people are accessing services in their areas find out the cost and outcomes of services Source…

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