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This section contains recordings of webinars held to help support the COVID-19 vaccination programme. These webinars are designed to complement the learning afforded within the previous sections and are not designed to be engaged with in isolation.

Winter Seasonal Flu and COVID-19 Vaccination Programmes [August 24, 2022]

This webinar recording is an update for health professionals in relation to the Seasonal Flu and COVID-19 vaccination programmes, focussing on current recommendations including newly available vaccines for use.

Winter Seasonal Flu and COVID-19 Vaccination Programmes :- Webinar Slides

NOTE: Information was correct at the time of recording (24th Aug 2022) Since then the CMO letter has been published advising that boards should not use Nuvaxovid┬« (Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine (recombinant, adjuvanted) and Comirnaty┬« 10 micrograms/dose (COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine, Pfizer/BioNTech) off label as described until further advice.

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Managing people with allergies [March 23, 2021]

This webinar recording provides an update to practitioners on the current guidance and support for managing people with allergies in relation to COVID-19 vaccination was held on the 23rd of March 2021. The recording can be viewed here. Please note since the recording of this webinar there has been a change to the advice please see green book chapter 14a table 5

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Alternative Formats

These resources may be available, in full or summary form, in alternative formats and community languages.  Please contact NHS Education for Scotland on 0131 656 3200 or email altforms@nes.scot.nhs.uk to discuss how we can best meet your requirements.

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