Online discussion events re COVID 19 vaccination in 12 to 15 year olds

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Jan 12 2022

Please see following communication from NHS NORTH WEST LONDON CCG

Dear Young People, Parents, Guardians, Carers and Colleagues

Do you have questions about the COVID19 immunisation program for 12 to 15-year-olds?     

NHS North West London is hosting on-line discussions for young people, parents, guardians,   carers, teachers, school nurses and other interested colleagues.  

These sessions are to provide information, and answer any questions you might have about the vaccine and immunisation program, including questions related to clinically extremely vulnerable children.  

The panel will include consultant paediatricians Dr Liz Whittaker and Dr Hermione Lyall, Dr Niamh McLaughlin - GP clinical lead for children and young people at NWL CCG, as well as a parent.    

There will be short presentations and a question-and-answer session.

Please register for the date/time you prefer using the link below.  Both events are the same.   

Thursday 20th January from 11am to 12pm -  

Wednesday 26th January from 7pm to 8pm -  

If the Eventbrite registration opens in Internet Explorer you will have cut and paste into another server  

Following your registration, you should immediately receive confirmation. You will receive the TeamsLive link for the webinar 24 hours before the webinar starts  

Meanwhile, information about the vaccination program for 12 to 15-year-olds can be found here and a leaflet explaining the vaccine for children can be found here.

Many thanks



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