This poster is aimed at parents and explains the vaccine and the benefits of vaccinating children against flu.
There is now a vaccine to help protect against meningococcal group B (MenB) disease. The vaccine is being offered in the routine immunisation programme in the UK.
Details of immunisations for children between 2 and 5 years, before they start school.
A quick guide to childhood immunisations for the parents of premature babies - for babies born on or after August 2017
A leaflet for parents which describes the immunisations offered to premature babies.
Meningococcal disease is a rare but life-threatening disease caused by meningococcal bacteria which are divided into several groups. The most common are A, B, C, W and Y. Infants, young children, teenagers and young adults have the highest risk of meningococcal disease.
Some important information from the NHS to help people to stay well this winter.
An A3 poster to promote the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme in schools.
The new MenB vaccine (Bexsero®) will protect against meningococcal disease capsular group B (MenB). The vaccine will be added to the childhood immunisation programme as part of the routine schedule in England from 1 September 2015.
A flyer promoting hepatitis B vaccination in at-risk adults.
A leaflet for the national human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme for men who have sex with men (MSM).
A poster aimed at young people who think they might have measles, advising them to phone their GP for advice before visiting the surgery.
This poster highlights the importance of infant vaccination and keeping up to date with appointments.
A leaflet to remind you to get your child immunised at one year of age.
This booklet explains the HPV, Td/IPV and MenACWY vaccinations given to young people in school years 7 to 13.
This guidance has been produced to assist all school staff and headteachers with any questions about the nasal spray flu vaccination being offered to children in primary schools during the autumn term 2019.
Important information for new university entrants in England - meningitis and septicaemia can kill very quickly
This poster promotes the new meningococcal ACWY (MenACWY) vaccine available to university entrants starting this autumn.
A leaflet for students in school years 9 to 10 explaining why it’s important that they have the meningococcal ACWY (MenACWY) vaccine.
A3 poster containing messaging about flu directed at parents with children aged 2, 3 or 4.
A3 poster containing messaging about flu directed at parents with children aged 2, 3 or 4 (with a black space for adding your own personalised information).
Information for health professionals on vaccine ordering and storage. Vaccines wasted through mis-ordering, being left out of the cold chain, being allowed to go beyond their use-by dates, and fridge failures cost the NHS thousands of pounds every year. At a time when we are all having to be much more careful with our budgets it is particularly important that we are vigilant around the use of valuable resources. Following the advice in this poster will ensure that vaccine wastage is kept to a minimum.
The flyer describes the disease measles and gives advice on the MMR vaccination.
This poster, aimed at students in schools and 6th form colleges, encourages them to get the new MenACWY vaccine to prevent invasive meningococcal disease.
This factsheet gives the scientific background to the need for, and development of, the pertussis vaccination programme.
This leaflet describes the vaccinations that help protect a woman and her baby during and after pregnancy.
A leaflet explaining hepatitis B infection and the vaccine which protects babies born to hepatitis B infected mothers from this virus.
From 1st July 2016, the vaccination schedule for meningococcal C (Men C) is changing.
Information about the MenB vaccine and paracetamol use.
There's now a vaccine to help protect against meningococcal group B (MenB) disease. The vaccine is being offered in the routine immunisation programme.
The leaflet explains which children are eligible for flu vaccination, as well as describing the disease and the vaccine.
The shingles vaccination can now be offered to all eligible patients. In order to simplify the delivery of the programme, eligibility has been changed to the date a patient turns 70 years (routine cohort) and 78 years (catch up cohort). Patients who attain the age of 70 or 78 can however be opportunistically immunised at any point in the year. Patients remain eligible for the vaccine up until their 80th birthday.
A poster showing who is eligible for the shingles vaccination in 2017 to 2018: for GP surgeries, hospitals, care homes and primary care settings.
This leaflet is about the BCG (Bacillus Calmette-Guerin) vaccination that is being offered to protect your baby against tuberculosis (TB). This leaflet has now been updated with the current immunisation advice which reflects the new data on the risk of tuberculosis to infants.
The flu vaccination - winter 2019/20 (information for parents of young children and young people up to 18 years of age)
This factsheet explains which children are eligible for flu vaccination, as well as describing the disease and the vaccine for parents with children under the age of 18.
This leaflet explains to patients how they can help protect themselves and their children against flu this coming winter. It includes information for children, eligible adults and pregnant women, and explains why it’s very important that people at increased risk from flu or who care for someone vulnerable to have their free vaccination every year.
From 1 April 2018, people who were 70, 78 or 79 years of age on that date are eligible for the shingles vaccination. Healthcare professional should give this leaflet to eligible patients when they attend their appointment.
From 1 April 2017, people who are or will be 70, 78 or 79 years of age on that date are eligible for the shingles vaccination.
This poster highlights the importance of good hygiene practice to avoid catching Hepatitis A and how to get vaccinated.
This is a poster to encourage health care staff to think about the possibility of measles infection in young people who may have missed their MMR and to remind them to isolate possible cases from immunosuppressed individuals and pregnant women.
This leaflet provides advice on how to prevent and treat fever in babies by giving them paracetamol after their MenB vaccinations.
This leaflet contains some important information from the NHS to help people to stay well this winter.
The poster has been designed to promote the need for maternal pertussis vaccination which is now recommended from week 20 of each pregnancy. It is suitable for GP surgeries, hospitals, maternity units, nurseries, child care centres and libraries.
This leaflet describes whooping cough and what you need to do to help protect your baby from this serious disease.
Information leaflet to support the whooping cough vaccination in pregnancy programme.