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Patient and client experience is recognised as a key element in the deliveryof quality healthcare. In line with this, the Public Health Agency (PHA) iscarrying out an extensive piece of work across all Health and Social CareTrusts (HSCTs), with the aim of introducing a more patient and client-...
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Subject: Child health
This booklet outlines advice on many key nutritional issues for children aged one to five. It includes information on how to provide a healthy, balanced diet for this age group, guidance on suitable snacks and drinks, feeding a vegetarian child, vitamin supplements and iron, making the most of...
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This leaflet provides guidance to older adults on the amount of physical activity they should be aiming for and the health benefits associated with staying active. It also offers tips and ideas on activities that older people may find useful and appropriate. The leaflet is aimed at older people of...
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This A5 booklet encourages people to increase their level of physical activity by monitoring the number of steps they take each day and aiming to increase it.
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Subject: Suicide
This leaflet contains information on what you can say and do to help someone who may be thinking of suicide. It highlights the warning signs, explains the feelings a suicidal person can have and provides a step-by-step guide to having a conversation and helping someone youÂ're worried about. It...
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Subject: Vaccination
The leaflet encourages HSC staff to get the flu vaccine.
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This poster encourages HSC staff to get the flu vaccine.
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Subject: Neonatal care
Produced by Unicef and supported by the PHA, this leaflet is for parents who have a baby in neonatal care.It covers feeding your baby, the importance of skin-to-skin contact, helping your babyÂ's development, getting involved, helping your baby to breastfeed and taking your baby home. It also...
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Subject: Retinopathy
Diabetic retinopathy occurs when diabetes damages the small blood vessels in the part of the eye called the retina. These blood vessels can become blocked or leaky, affecting how the retina works. Sometimes abnormal new blood vessels grow, which are weak and can bleed easily. In the early stages,...
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Subject: Abdominal aorta
An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a swelling in the abdominal aorta, which is the main artery that supplies blood to your body. As the AAA grows, the wall of the aorta stretches and becomes weaker, which can eventually lead to a significant risk of a ruptured AAA. This is often fatal. The aim...

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