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Organ Donation Law Change – Public Awareness Campaign

Following the passing of the Organ and Tissue Donation (Deemed Consent) Act, PHA have now launched their public information campaign to help raise awareness and understanding of the forthcoming law change which will come into effect in spring next year. This update is to provide information on how to access the supporting materials for the public information campaign, and to request …

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Lifeline Translated Voice Notes

Please see below translated voice notes for the following message: Lifeline; the right support at the right time, anytime Lifeline counsellors are experienced in working with trauma, suicide, self-harm, abuse, depression and anxiety. For immediate help call: 0808 808 8000. This message has been translated into the following languages: Polish Arabic Lithuanian Romanian Bulgarian Tetum Portuguese Slovak Russian Mandarin Hungarian …

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DOH News Release – Infected blood: financial support for bereaved

DOH News Release – Infected blood: financial support for bereaved Health Minister Robin Swann has urged people bereaved as a result of NHS contaminated blood to come forward for financial support. Last year, the Health Minister announced that those bereaved would receive annual payments at 75% of the rate their deceased spouse / partner received (or was entitled to receive), backdated …

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Apply for a Travel COVID Vaccination Certificate

It’s easier with the CovidCert NI App Getting your official COVID status certificate can benefit you at home and abroad. Covid certification has been introduced for licensed premises and other designated settings across Northern Ireland. The issue of vaccine certification for foreign travel is also back in the headlines, after the announcement that proof of vaccination is now a condition …

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Southern Trust’s PHONE FIRST from 9 to 9pm

  The Southern Trust’s ‘Phone First’ service has extended its hours to 9pm, Monday to Friday. The ‘Phone First’ approach aims to help those patients with urgent but not life threatening symptoms to get the most appropriate care as quickly as possible and avoid busy waiting rooms. Before attending the Emergency Department or Minor Injuries service you should phone 0300 …

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Lifeline Voice Notes – Bulgarian, Arabic & Romanian

Please see below Lifeline crisis voice notes in Bulgarian, Arabic and Romanian. Further languages are also being developed. These have been produced by a working group in the southern area. The message is very short so it can shared on WhatsApp etc. The English version is: Your mental health is essential. Value your mental health and do not give in to …

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