You can buy treatments and get advice on minor illnesses and short-term conditions from your local pharmacist, who has the clinical expertise to help you to manage your symptoms.
This leaflet contains advice and information on how to treat a range of common illnesses, together with tips on medicine cabinet essentials to have at home.
If you wish to contact East and North Hertfordshire CCG about anything contained is this leaflet, please contact the Nursing and Quality team.
|Many common illnesses are best treated at home - with the advice of a pharmacist||678.01 KB|
|Medicines you can buy without a prescription poster||563.47 KB|
|Common illnesses - easy read leaflet||2.19 MB|
STP communications and engagement leads from the Hertfordshire and West Essex STP meet on a monthly basis to discuss workstream communications plans, agree areas of common focus and to coordinate the delivery of communications messages.
All the organisations across the STP have been working together to deliver a joint winter communications and engagement plan. The plan and its associated actions can be downloaded below.
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|STP winter communications action plan 2017/18 ‐ updated 2 February 2018||131.01 KB|
|Winter plan 2017-18 evidence (this is a large file)||104.06 MB|
This document has been written to cater for a variety of audiences. Public Health is keen that members of the public understand what we do and the good reasons for the investment of tax-payer’s funds in Hertfordshire.
The electronic nature of this document also allows those with a deeper interest to delve into the many hyperlinks to easily access further information should it be required.
Whilst not mentioned in this document, Public Health leads on the corporate prevention programme for the whole council and will be part of producing a separate Prevention Strategy. Public Health understands the importance of partnership working and has designed our approach with the strategic plans of our partners in mind.
This animation, produced by the King's Fund, is a whistle-stop tour of how the NHS works in 2017 and how it’s changing.