Following infection, patients visit their GP 20% more and require additional medicines than those who never had the virus, new research identifies.
Real-world data has added further weight to the potential public health benefits of mass-vaccination against the coronavirus.
This comes on the heels of a new paper that has found approximately 20% of women experience PTSD nine months after miscarriage.
A new US study that found alerts prompt people to keep their flu-shot bookings could be a ‘template’ for COVID vaccinations.
But experts worry about the potential real-world benefits and harms of putting ‘millions more’ people on these drugs.
Experts believe this measure may be life-saving, likening it to using an Epipen for anaphylaxis or intramuscular glucagon.
Patient concerns around the AstraZeneca vaccine have seen a decline in interest in some practices, prompting GPs to bring forward the new rollout strategy’s commencement...
An investigation into Australia’s first case of blood clotting after the Pfizer vaccine has yet to confirm a link.
Kirsty McGinty is sharing her daughter’s story to encourage people to stay on top of routine immunisations, with COVID-19 resulting in many being delayed or missed....
The shift means people over 50 will have access to COVID vaccines from GP respiratory clinics from 3 May, and general practices from 17 May.