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Anti-Abuse to Practice Staff Campaign

Jayex are delighted to support a new campaign launched recently by the Institute of General Practice Management by making this video available for our Jayex Display customers to add to their playlists to promote this powerful message in their waiting rooms.

This is their message to Practice Teams:

The IGPM have produced this impactful video in response to the overwhelming feedback from the profession that abuse towards GP practice teams is on the increase. Please share this video on your waiting room screens, websites and social media.

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Contacting us using E:Consult -  

For health queries that you'd normally book yourself an appointment to see a doctor or nurse; to order a sick note; a prescription query etc please use E:Consult.  It's quick and easy and goes straight to a GP to process.  We will contact you within half  a working day either by text/telephone/video call or a clinician will ask you to come in to the practice (where a mask please!).   

We're excited to introduce the new NHS Birmingham and Solihull Health App.  

Now you can book and manage your appointments, access your medical records, manage your medication and have telephone/video calls with your GP - all online.  It's safer and more secure than any other app. 

1.  Book your appointments - access to app 24/7, wherever you are

2.  Access your Medical Records - instant and secure access to your records

3.  Manage your Medication - quick and hassle free repeat prescription service

How safe is my data?

We take your data security very seriously.  Our app uses a two-step verification and encryption process, that's even more secure than anything a bank uses.  You'll be in full control of your data - and we'd never share it without your consent.

How do I sign up?

It's quick and easy to get an account.  

You can sign up online at: 

Antibiotic Amnesty

                                           Antimicrobial Awareness

Do you have any unused or old antibiotics at home? We are asking you to return them to any local pharmacy as part of an Antibiotic Amnesty in support World Antibiotic Awareness Week (18-24 November).

Antibiotics are important medicines for treating bacterial infections but the more they are used the more bacteria are able to find ways to survive the antibiotic. This is known as antibiotic resistance and is a huge threat to our future health. Without effective antibiotics many routine treatments will become increasingly dangerous. Setting broken bones, operations and treatments for cancer all rely on access to antibiotics that work.

You should only take antibiotics when they have been prescribed for you by a healthcare professional. Unless your doctor or nurse has specifically told you to, you should never save antibiotics for later, and never share them with others.

You can play your part in protecting antibiotics for the future by returning unused or old antibiotics to any local pharmacy.

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