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.
This webinar recording is an update for healthcare practitioners in relation to the COVID-19 vaccination programme, focussing on current guidance and recommendations relating to the booster vaccinations for 12-17 year olds, Covid-19 vaccination in pregnancy and the extension of programme to include vaccinating children and young people 5-11 year olds (revised on 21 March 2022)
This webinar recording provides an update for healthcare practitioners in relation to the COVID-19 vaccination programme, focussing on current guidance and recommendations relating to the booster programme and vaccinating children and young people
This webinar recording is an update for health professionals in relation to the COVID-19 vaccination programme, focussing on current guidance and recommendations relating to pregnancy, breastfeeding and women’s health.
Please note we use the term pregnant women throughout the webinar to refer to anyone who is pregnant.
This webinar recording provides an update on current guidance including: key recommendations for 12-17 year olds, third primary dose for those aged 12 years and over, booster programme, informed consent, vaccine effectiveness and safety
This webinar recording provides an update on the National Framework for Vaccine Administration by Health Care Support Workers in Scotland by Mhairi Hasting Professional Advisor Chief Nursing Officers Directorate.
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
This webinar recording on ‘Vaccine-associated Thrombosis and Thrombocytopaenic Syndrome (VATTS) associated with the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine’ was part of the webinar originally delivered on the 21st April 2021 as an update for all healthcare practitioners, focussing on the thrombotic syndrome associated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.
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