Darker nights and darker mornings can only mean one thing……..Yes you guessed it, flu season has arrived!!
Information about flu clinics in your area will be published locally. Staff can also approach their manager or contact the email@example.com address to ask about accessing the vaccine in their area.
It is important for the Trust to be able to report on the number of staff vaccinated so it is helpful if any staff receiving the flu jab elsewhere (for example at their GP clinic, at another NHS Trust, pharmacy) inform the Trust that this has happened. This can be done by emailing the same flu email address cited above or with one of your local vaccinators.
What did you say………Love to Shop voucher for every member of staff that receives the vaccine!!
The Trust would like to offer every member of staff that receives a flu vaccination a £20 Love to Shop voucher.
E-Vouchers will be distributed via email, if you are still outstanding yours please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details; Name, Job title, Area, Vaccinator. You must claim your voucher by 1st April 2020.
Being immunised against the flu each year is one way that you can help protect your patients, protect your family and protect yourself.
Your Local Flu Leads
Cheshire and Mersey – Rob Palmer, Advanced Paramedic – Mobile: 07812305517
Cumbria and Lancashire – Jacqueline Carney Advanced Paramedic – Mobile: 07812305537
Greater Manchester – John Henry Advanced Paramedic – Mobile: 07812 305447
Information for Vaccinators
Once you have completed your training and signed your PGD, you should have received your vaccinator pack from your local Flu Lead (details above). The pack will include, consent forms, fridge temperature monitoring log, Portable fridge possession form, FAQs, key contacts, information booklet and the seasonal flu vaccination details for GP records form.
Vaccines running out or are you having issues with your fridge? – Contact email@example.com
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If you see a Police car, straddling lanes with rear red and blue lights illuminated. DO NOT PASS - UNDERTAKE/OVERTAKE. We are implementing a rolling road for your safety. Potential hazard ahead. Twice this occurred on the A38 today, putting Officers and other road users at risk. Retweeted by NWAS Wellbeing
Did you know that May is National Walking month? Why not sign up to #parkrun you can walk, run or jog. A great way to keep fit and build your stamina, perhaps going onto run #marathon or #halfmarathon 💪🏃🏽♀️ twitter.com/parkrunUK/stat…
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* Trigger warning: this discusses behaviours relating to body dysmorphic disorder * At the age of 14, Danny's mental health took a downwards turn. Pressure to look 'perfect', comments on social media and a narrow view of success combined to create the perfect storm: #BeBodyKind Retweeted by NWAS Wellbeing
Do you work in the military or emergency services or know someone who does? Suffering from PTSD or feeling burned out? You could be eligible for free mental health support. Inbox our team today to find out how we can help. #PTSD #mentalhealth #support #military #emergencyservices Retweeted by NWAS Wellbeing
Today at 10:59, make sure you turn on the radio for the #MentalHealthMinute with The Duke of Cambridge, @katyperry, @stephenfry @JameelaJamil & @AleshaOfficial on +300 UK radio stations. What better way to kick off #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek? headstogether.org.uk/mental-health-… Retweeted by NWAS Wellbeing
Today marks the start of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek talking about it takes the power out of it. To our staff, check out the Invest In Yourself 'Support Page' on the microsite which offers a variety of help and support #ItsOkNotToBeOk twitter.com/MindCharity/st…
For #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek - and every other week - we're here to make sure everyone with a mental health problem gets support and respect #MHAW19 #MHAW https://t.co/Wt94xllo69 pic.twitter.com/V6FwsUhD6y— Mind (@MindCharity) May 13, 2019
"I get so afraid that sharing my experiences will make people avoid me, but if they do, I feel it is important to focus on people in your life that support you and love you for who you are."https://t.co/2SOwuLk2ov— Time to Change (@TimetoChange) April 24, 2019