Notifiable conditions are included in Schedule 4 of the Public Health and Wellbeing Regulations 2009 and are divided into four groups on the basis of the method of notification and the information required.
Immunisation can protect a pregnant woman and her unborn baby from infectious diseases. Some infectious diseases can cause serious harm to pregnant women or their unborn babies.
Interactive online course provides nurses in general practice with knowledge about sexually transmissible infections and blood borne viruses and the importance of testing, contact tracing and discussing safe sex.
Any medical practitioner or nurse practitioner attending a patient whom he/she knows or suspects has a notifiable infectious disease or a related condition has a legal obligation to report the diagnosis.
Enhance knowledge of adolescent fertility,reproductive and sexual health and increased confidence in shared decision making with patients whilst improving communication, health prevention, health promotion and education.
Resource providing information about how nurses working in the general practice settings can incorporate hepatitis B care into their existing role.
AHA Practice Standards encapsulate the philosophy and principles underpinning hepatology nursing, to guide nursing practice, assist in building competence and encourage ongoing professional development. 2015.
Provides a broad range of expert reproductive, relationship and sexual health services
This manual provides a comprehensive summary of currently available knowledge and practice, reiterating the key role of primary care practitioners in the diagnosis, care and management of people living with hepatitis B.