Flu vaccines for children – GOV.UK

Published 20 August 2015 Last updated 10 September 2020 + show all updates 10 September 2020Added poster for the winter 2020 to 2021 flu programme. 8 August 2019Added revised guide for the 2019 to 2020 flu vaccination season. 22 August 2018Added child flu vaccines poster for 2018 to 2019 influenza programme. 15 June 2017Updated childhood flu vaccines graphic for winter 2017 to 2018. 1 September 2016Updated flu vaccine chart for children in 2016 to 2017. 24 August 2015Poster for GPs and clinics, showing which flu vaccines children should have. 20 August 2015First published. Source link

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MRSA, MSSA, Gram-negative bacteraemia and CDI: quarterly report

Published 12 June 2014 Last updated 10 September 2020 + show all updates 10 September 2020Added commentary and accompanying data spreadsheet for April to June 2020. 11 June 2020Added commentary and accompanying data spreadsheet for January to March 2020. 12 March 2020Added commentary and accompanying data spreadsheet, for October to December 2019. 13 December 2019Added commentary and accompanying data spreadsheet, for quarter July to September 2019. 12 September 2019Added commentary and accompanying data spreadsheet, for April to June 2019; archived quarterly commentaries from June 2018 to March 2019. 3 July 2019Added amended commentary for quarter January to March 2019 due to a data mismatch in figure 2. 13 June…

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Detailed guide: Making a support bubble with another household

It is better to limit all your social interactions at this time to help stop the spread of coronavirus. However, we recognise that this is difficult.If you want to expand the group of people you can have close contact with during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, making a support bubble with another household is the safest way to do so.What a support bubble isA support bubble is a close support network between a household with only one adult in the home (known as a single-adult household) and one other household of any size.This is called making a support bubble.Once youre in a support bubble, you can think of yourself…

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Press release: New campaign to prevent spread of coronavirus indoors this winter

The spread of coronavirus, particularly in enclosed spaces is shown in a new film, produced with experts in the field, which highlights the risk in simple, everyday interactions The campaign will run across TV, radio, print, out of home, social and digital display advertisingA new science based public information campaign will be launched ahead of winter to highlight how everyone can help to stop the spread of the virus by remembering to wash their hands, cover their face and make space.Hands. Face. Space will run across TV, radio, print, out of home, social and digital display advertising, as well as on community media channels and will be supported…

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Detailed guide: Making a support bubble with another household

It is better to limit all your social interactions at this time to help stop the spread of coronavirus. However, we recognise that this is difficult.If you want to expand the group of people you can have close contact with during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, making a support bubble with another household is the safest way to do so.What a support bubble isA support bubble is a close support network between a household with only one adult in the home (known as a single-adult household) and one other household of any size.This is called making a support bubble.Once youre in a support bubble, you can think of yourself…

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Public Health England launches new Every Mind Matters campaign

Most families have experienced upheaval in their daily lives during the pandemic. With children and young people now back at school or college, the new Public Health England (PHE) Better Health – Every Mind Matters campaign provides NHS-endorsed tips and advice to help children and young people’s mental wellbeing, and equip parents and carers with the knowledge to support them. Research reveals that the COVID-19 outbreak has caused an increase in anxiety in young people. What’s more, over two-fifths (41%) of children and young people said they were more lonely than before lockdown and more than a third said they were more worried (38%), more sad (37%) or…

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COVID-19: infection prevention and control (IPC)

Published 10 January 2020 Last updated 9 September 2020 + show all updates 9 September 2020Removed 'Considerations for acute personal protective equipment (PPE) shortages'. 21 August 2020Added COVID-19 risk pathways to support returning services. 7 August 2020Added 'Epidemiological definitions of outbreaks and clusters in particular settings'. 23 July 2020Added recommendations for the use of face masks in primary care. 18 June 2020Clarification of aerosol generating procedures in the complete guidance PDF and in the COVID-19 personal protective equipment (PPE) page. 12 June 2020Addition of new operational guidance from NHS England. 21 May 2020Amends to the PDF of complete guidance (added text in the appendix, and a corrected link to…

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Rabies post-exposure treatment: management guidelines

Published 1 January 2013 Last updated 9 September 2020 + show all updates 9 September 2020Added letter for accident and emergency consultants and pharmacists. 26 August 2020Updated guidelines on managing rabies post-exposure August 2020. 30 October 2019Updated guidelines with reference to a new version of the form. Added clarification on category 2 and 3 bites. Updated information about compliance with Falsified Medicines Directive. Also added new telephone numbers for the Rabies and Immunoglobulin service and Animal Plant Health Agency. 9 May 2019Updated summary and guidelines - see page 4 for details of changes. 3 July 2018Added summary of risk assessment and treatment. 2 July 2018Updated guidelines - see page…

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Guidance: Master indemnity agreement: approved suppliers

Department Of Health ODS, 26.9KB This file is in an OpenDocument format ODT, 38.6KB This file is in an OpenDocument format ODT, 41.2KB This file is in an OpenDocument format ODT, 44KB This file is in an OpenDocument format Details MIA is an agreement between NHS organisations in England and suppliers that provide equipment free of charge, either on loan or on a permanent basis.The MIA register is updated monthly. It holds the names of all the suppliers, their MIA registration numbers and the expiry date of their insurance.For suppliersSuppliers need to complete the appropriate forms and provide proof of their public and products liability insurance to register…

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