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Public Health

Health Protection Diary of Events and podcasts

 

Events

Name

Date Location

Register Interest

Introduction into Health Protection 12th and 13th December 2019  Glasgow Details will follow
HIV Detection and Diagnosis for Primary Care, Workshop 3rd Februrary 2020 Edinburgh Details will follow
Hepatitis B+C Detection Diagnosis and Management, Workshop 10th Fenruary 2020 Edinburgh Details will follow

 

 Webinar presentations

Recorded webinars and podcasts have been added to the health protection website and can be accessed via the links below

Topic

Dr Roger Evan Consultant Clinical Scientist, Scottish Lyme Disease and other Tick-borne Infections Reference Laboratory presents a short webinar highlighting some key areas in relation to Ticks and Lyme disease.

Immunisation update 2018 -Information for registered healthcare practitioners- External link- Dr J. Claire Cameron    FFPH- Strategic Lead, Vaccine Preventable Diseases-NHS National Services Scotland

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination for Men who have Sex with Men - an update for Practitionerrs including vaccination details for Registered Healthcare Practirioners (MSM) (Vimeo -External Link)

Dr Nicola Steedman,Consultant Physician

and Dr Kevin Pollock, Vaccine Preventable Diseases, Health Protection Scotland

July 2017

The impact of the HPV vaccine in Scotland - a changing landscape (Vimeo-Extrernal Link)

MP4 file

Dr Kevin Pollock
MPH Vaccine Preventable Diseases
Health Protection Scotland
June 2017

Update for Registered Healthcare Practitioners on the introduction of the Hexavalent vaccination into routine infant immunisation programme (Vimeo - External Link)

Dr J. Claire Cameron    FFPH
Strategic Lead, Vaccine Preventable Diseases
NHS National Services Scotland
September 2017

Dr Dominic Mellor

Vet
Health Protection Scotland

All Creatures Great and Small: What can I learn from a Vet