Nursing Newsletter 5th February 2021

Dear All I hope all is well with you on this Sunny Friday afternoon. This week started with the sad news that the NHS Hero, Captain Tom Moore, lost his battle with Covid-19. I would like to acknowledge his remarkable legacy.  He won the hearts and minds of the whole nation by his resolute “walking challenge”, Read more…

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Nursing Newsletter 4 December 2020

Dear All You will all have seen and heard the long awaited news about the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine being approved by MHRA and being available to NHS this week. As you can appreciate this will be the biggest vaccination programme led by NHS.  NCL CCG and Training Hubs are working collaboratively to plan for Read more…

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Nursing Newsletter – 6 November 2020

  It’s been another busy week with ‘flu season in full swing.  I attended the local immunisation meeting this week and by all accounts most practices are doing “very well” in getting the eligible population vaccinated.  I know there have been some issues around stock availability and some fridge issues.  Please email the primary care Read more…

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Nursing Newsletter 30 October 2020

Another week, another month end….We are almost at the end of the year.  Not that anyone is going to “mourn” the end of 2020! We have been through an unprecedented time in primary care  and you have shown true resilience and have highlighted that GPNs are the real “backbone” of general practice.  The CARE programme Read more…

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Nursing newsletter 23 October 2020

I write this edition this week as London has moved into Tier 2  as levels of COVID-19 infection reach over 100 per 100,000, This will obviously mean further restrictions to life as we know it. Different households are no longer allowed to mix indoors. There are also quarantine restrictions on visitors from abroad who enter Read more…

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Nursing Newsletter 16 October 2020

Information about flu vaccine supplies – “Why am I being asked to wait to have my flu vaccine?” flyer The statement on flu vaccines and supply for the national programme was recently published and is available from here The priority this year is to vaccinate those who are most at risk from flu first, including Read more…

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