More than 100,000 young people across Norfolk and Waveney have received the COVID-19 jab thanks to a dedicated campaign designed to raise awareness that #EveryVaccineCounts.
NHS Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) joined forces with Public Health and Norfolk County Council to launch the initiative earlier this summer, which encourages people aged between 18 and 29 to take up the vaccination.
The NHS in Norfolk and Waveney is today launching an eye-catching new campaign urging people visiting the region this summer to have a healthy, happy holiday – and choose the right service for illnesses and injuries.
The initiative, which is being spearheaded by NHS Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), reminds people of the wide range of support which is available for anyone who needs medical help.
The number of people from Norfolk and Waveney taking part in clinical research via their GP practice has more than doubled in the last year, latest figures show.
The NHS Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) research annual report, published this week, covering the period 2019/20 - 2020/21, reveals that local GP practices enrolled more than 8,000 participants (8,093) to National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded and supported clinical research trials in 2020/21.
The NHS England regional mental health team has commissioned tide (Together in Dementia Everyday) to deliver a session to support unpaid family carers to better understand dementia, delirium and depression and how to respond. The session is free and takes place on Thursday 29 July.
The session is being delivered by carers with experience and is intended for unpaid carers only. These could be friends/family of people living in care homes, supported living accommodation or at home. The event will take place on 29 July 10.00-11.30; a webinar for unpaid friend and family carers only on Dementia, Delirium and Depression