Here you will find all the latest resources to help you communicate key health and care messages with your stakeholders; or you may be a member of the public who would like to know more.

Manchester Arena Attack – Public Information

Our thoughts and sincere condolences are with everyone who has been affected by the tragic events in Manchester.

Our staff are working with partners across Greater Manchester to provide vital support to staff and people affected by these tragic events.

The national government website contains the latest public information on urgent advice and support – click here.

Support with mental wellbeing

The emotional effects of this tragic incident will be felt by survivors, bereaved families, friends, emergency services, health care workers and the general public. If you witnessed or lost someone in the attack you will most certainly have a strong reaction. Reactions are likely to be strongest in those closest to the incident, who directly witnessed the aftermath and who were involved in the immediate care of victims.

We have listed two information sheets below, one offers advice and support for adult, children and young peoples’ emotional and mental well-being and a second that provides additional support and services available from the voluntary and community services in and around Manchester.

Advice and support for adult, children and young peoples’ emotional and mental well-being.

Support and services available from the voluntary and community services.

We also have an interview with Craig Harris: Executive Nurse and Director of Safeguarding for Manchester Health and Care Commissioning.  Craig is a top Manchester medic and a father, here he offers advice on talking to children about fear – Written interview and video with Craig Harris

Safer Fasting with Diabetes at Ramadan

If you or someone you know are Diabetic and planning to fast at Ramadan please find some information below to help you, or them, fast safely.

Poster (English)

YouTube Video – English

YouTube Video – Arabic

YouTube Video – Urdu

Patient Choice

NHS England’s goal is to significantly improve patient choice by 2020. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have a duty to enable patients to make choices, and to promote their involvement in decisions related to their care or treatment. NHS England will work alongside CCGs to help them meet their legal responsibilities and build on their offer of choice to patients, to ensure that choices are meaningful and deliver positive improvements to patient outcomes including patient experience of the services they access and use.

Click here for print and digital materials

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