Report suspected side effects or adverse incidents involving medicines and medical devices to the yellow card scheme

The Yellow Card scheme run by the MHRA, is the UK system for collecting and monitoring information on safety concerns such as suspected side effects or adverse incidents involving medicines and medical devices.

The scheme relies on voluntary reporting of suspected side effects or medical device incidents to be reported by health professionals and the public, including patients, carers and parents. Reporting helps others.

Spot The Signs And Save A Life

Spot the Signs and Save a life training is a fully funded 3 hour webinar for voluntary and public sector employees in Hertfordshire. About this Event Spot the Signs and Save a life training is a fully funded 3 hour webinar session available to voluntary and public sector employees within Hertfordshire who work with adults.

Five Ways to Wellbeing for Youth Professionals

An introduction to 5 basic strategies grounded in research that young people and families can use to maintain and improve their wellbeing. About this Event Overview: The aim of this training session is to introduce 5 basic strategies grounded in research that young people and families can use to maintain and improve their wellbeing. The

Adolescent Development for Youth Professionals

In this workshop we discuss mental health stigma, how adolescence is perceived and how to navigate interpersonal interactions. About this Event Overview: This will be done in the context of the types of changes adolescents experience socially, psychologically and biologically. Content centred on how to improve resilience and communication will explore the benefits of talking

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