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Date:
18 July 2017
Summary:
The Links Worker Programme is a Scottish Government funded programme piloted in deprived areas of Glasgow. It aims to support general practice patients with complex needs to live well through strengthening connections between community resources and primary care and to mitigate the impact of the social determinants of health. The University of Glasgow conducted a three-year, mixed-method, independent evaluation of the Links Worker Programme, commissioned by NHS Health Scotland. The final report sets out the main findings and recommendations from the evaluation.
Languages:
English

Date:
17 July 2017
Summary:
The resources listed below make up the Flu Education Pack and are aimed at school staff supporting the National Flu Immunisation Programme. More specifically, below you can find electronic copies of:

• The “Flu immunisation in primary schools in Scotland” for Head Teachers, which contains background detail on the flu programme and a useful guide for planning the immunisation sessions at your school.
• Suggested classroom-based activities about flu and immunisation, with clear links to Curriculum for Excellence.
• Samples of the invitation letter and leaflet which are sent to parents (please note these should not be sent to parents as they are reference copies for information purposes only).
• A sample of the post-immunisation advice leaflet, which is provided to parents following their child’s immunisation (please note this is a reference copy, for information purposes only).
• The consent form guidance, a resource to help support parents to accurately complete the consent form.
• The staffroom poster, a resource to raise awareness of the Education Pack with teachers and staff in your school.
• Copies of posters for display in schools to increase awareness among parents and children about the flu immunisation programme

The ‘You and flu’ film with short clips aimed at parents/carers, children and teachers, can be found at the Immunisation Scotland website: immunisationscotland.org.uk/childflu and can be shown in classroom and/or assemblies. The film introduces flu and the concept of immunisation in a fun and engaging way. It also shows the way the nasal spray vaccine is administered.

Health Professionals supporting the childhood flu programme, please visit the Health Scotland website – www.healthscotland.com/childflu
Languages:
English

Date:
17 July 2017
Summary:
This booklet is for people who are worried about their memory. Sometimes people are afraid that forgetfulness is the start of something else, like dementia. This can worry older people especially. People who have had a relative with dementia may also be particularly anxious about memory problems. Your memory may be nothing to worry about, but this booklet will help you decide if you should visit your doctor.
Languages:
English

Date:
01 July 2017
Summary:
This leaflet is about the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine (injections) for men who have sex with men that you can have to help protect yourself against four types of HPV that can cause cancer and genital warts.
Languages:
Chinese, Easy Read, English, Polish, Urdu

Date:
29 June 2017
Summary:
Choose Life e-bulletin June 2017
Languages:
English

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