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The colder winter months can have a significant impact on your health and wellbeing. Find advice on how to stay healthy and well this winter.
You may have seen in the news and online stories about Group A Strep.
When you understand what’s going on with your health, you can make better decisions around your care and treatment.
Information about flu and coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines to help protect you this winter.
If you’ve made your organ and tissue donation decision, tell your family and friends. Because if your loved ones know your decision, it’ll make it easier for them to ensure it is honoured.
Support for Scotland’s Unpaid Carers. A carer is anyone who looks after a friend or family member due to old age, addiction, disability, physical or mental illness
If you’re feeling anxious, stressed, or low, or having problems sleeping or dealing with grief – find out how you can improve your mental wellbeing by hearing what others have found helpful.
Help keep us going. Please support health and social care staff.
Abusive behaviour causes mental and physical harm to our staff, leading to time off work and less time with patients.
Get advice about when and how children aged 5 to 15 can get their COVID-19 vaccination, and information on side effects and safety. Vaccinating children aged 5 to 11-years
NHS Inform has a wealth of information if you have COVID-19 symptoms. If you need further medical advice call your GP practice or call 111 when your GP practice is closed.
If you think you require vaccines and/or a malaria risk assessment, you should make an appointment with a travel health professional.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advised a spring dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as a precaution to those at extremely high risk, most of whom received their first booster around 6 months ago.
Your practice has many expert healthcare professionals and services that can help you, from a GP or nurse to mental health support or a community pharmacist.
No matter which, if any, gender you identify with, it’s important you’re aware of which screening services you’re eligible for.
Bowel screening is offered to people aged 50 to 74 across Scotland to help find bowel cancer early, when it can often be cured.
The way we access urgent care has changed. To protect us and the NHS, it’s important you know how to get the right care, in the right place.
People across Scotland have been getting the coronavirus booster vaccination. If you haven’t had yours yet, it’s not too late to roll up your sleeve.
Find out how to self-isolate, get an isolation note for work, and help your symptoms