Your covid vaccination questions answered **Updated**, Offering free spaces on the diabetes course and encouraging you to fill out the GP Patient survey
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Covid Vaccination Q&A update

We have received many questions about the Covid Vaccine so have put together a list of answers. Please note the list of Q&As will be updated every week.  

We started our first covid vaccination clinics this week and have vaccinated almost half of our over 80-year-old patients.We have only received the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine so are only able to offer this. Please bear with us as we call you all to book you in. Please do not call the surgery to be vaccinated or to ask any questions. If you have a question after reading the Q&A article, please submit it through the website link. We will call you when it is your turn. If you miss a call we will try you again twice and finally write to you to ensure everyone is offered the vaccine.
 

 
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Diabetes and Pre-diabetes online course

We are now able to offer BHWC patients, with diabetes or pre-diabetes, a 6-week online course free of charge, designed to help you understand what factors affect blood sugar regulation and what can be done to regulate it and feel good doing so. 

The course is run by Medical Herbalist and Senior Mental Health Practitioner, Anna Betz who states, “My commitment is to support every participant on their individual journey to better health.” To book a place, email anna@unleashourhealth. Read on for more information and timings.

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GP Patient Survey

This is an independent survey run by Ipsos MORI on behalf of NHS England. The survey is sent out to over two million people across England. The results show how people feel about their GP practice. If you receive this survey, please fill it out. 

The invitations go out by letter to a sample of people from each of more than 6800 practices. You may also recieve a text message reminder.
The data provides vital information to the NHS to identify what’s working well and what can be improved. It helps identify inequalities in experience too, such as for certain age or ethnic groups or people with other protected characteristics. It can also provide new information that does not come to light in other ways. Last year’s survey helped the NHS to learn more about the high proportion of people who have caring responsibilities and about how this affects their experiences of using health services.

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Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre
18-19 Western Road
Hove East Sussex BN3 1AE
United Kingdom
https://www.brightonhealthandwellbeingcentre.co.uk

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