Category Archives: 2018/19 Flu Campaign

Resources for 2018/19 flu immunisation campaign.

See https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/annual-flu-programme for National Support Materials.

See https://khub.net/web/sit-cane-influenza/welcome-group for Cumbria & North East Flu Campaign Knowledge Hub.

HUHY – “Help Us, Help You”

NHS winter pressures campaigns promote appropriate self-care & illnesss prevention measures and provide signposting & guidance on prudent use of NHS services during the winter period. This winter, NHS England and Public Health England are introducing a new overarching brand that brings together all the winter pressures campaign activity – ‘Help Us, Help You’. The campaign is delivered across a Continue Reading »

Cumbria & North East Flu Campaign 2018/19

The NHS England Screening & Immunisation Team for Cumbria & the North East (ScImm_CaNE) have created an online library of training and reference materials for the 2018/19 ‘Flu Campaign – with the following content: Hyperlinks to Flu information – including links to Health Education England e-Learning for Health interactive learning package on Flu Immunisation for all healthcare professionals PHE Continue Reading »

PHE Vaccine Update – ‘Flu Special Edition

Public Health England have published a ‘Flu Special Edition of the regular Vaccine Update newsletter for healthcare professionals. The ‘flu special edition aims to be a one-stop-shop resource for this year’s flu vaccination campaign and includes information on the following: which flu vaccine to give NICE guidelines: increasing influenza vaccine uptake Greenbook chapter 19 published flu vaccine ordering Continue Reading »

Flu immunisation planning for GP practices 2018/19

NHS England have published guidance for GP practices planning their Flu vaccination programmes for 2018/19. Given the significant changes to the vaccines used this year it is important that all practices are aware of the advice. In particular the planned deliveries of adjuvanted vaccines. These will be in stages and are the same for all providers including community Continue Reading »