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Emergency nurse practitioner Hayley White (right) has more reason than most to have the #flujab this winter. She put off getting her immunisation last year and then fell victim to the virus resulting in four weeks off work. “It was awful and I couldn’t breathe, so I never want to go through that again.”⠀ ⠀ She got her jab along with Laura Sanders (left) clinical lead at the Minor Injuries Unit at Witney Community Hospital last week. “Everyone should make time to get it done. It protects us and all the patients we come in contact with.”⠀ ⠀ Talk to your GP about the jab and become a #flufighter today.
Gemma Morris, an administrator with our school nurses, was inspired to get her #flujab after witnessing a young and healthy colleague succumb to the flu: “She didn’t get her jab and got so poorly she ended up with pneumonia. I’m protected now and hope all my colleagues get it done too.” ⠀ ⠀ Become a #flufighter today - talk to your GP about getting your jab.
#Repost@buckinghamshirerecoverycollege ・・・ I can’t believe it is nearly Christmas 🎄 thought we should do a festive post and for us to wish you all a Merry Christmas, remember to enjoy the break and we look forward to seeing you all in the new year. #alliwantforchristmas#endthestigma#mentalhealthmatters#5daystogo#nearlychristmas🎄 #staywell#staysafe#haveagoodbreak#merrychristmas#seeyouagainin2019
Nursing rehabilitation assistant Juliette Hook recently got her #flujab at #Witney Community Hospital, and said: “I get mine every year. It protects everyone at work, my patients and my family. Don’t put it off. Get it done at a clinic, by a peer or at a pharmacy." ⠀ ⠀ Get your jab today and become a #flufighter just like Juliette.
Oxford Safe Haven has been launched to help people living with mental health problems. Holly, who has visited the service, said: “Safe Haven is a place where I’m free to show my #mentalhealth symptoms and be accepted for all of me, not just part of me. Safe Haven keeps me safe from harm. A place of acceptance, warmth, kindness and care." Read more at link in bio.