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Flu vaccination in pregnancy protects both mothers and babies
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) have joined forces to ... encourage more pregnant women to come forward for the free flu vaccine this winter.
RCOG statement on the UK H1N1 pandemic (2009) flu (swine flu) vaccination programme for healthcare workers and pregnant mothers
.The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) supports the Chief Medical Officer’s announcement ... healthcare professionals should be prioritised to receive the H1N1v flu vaccine to help protect themselves and the national health infrastructure
Influenza infection in pregnancy (query bank)
What is the evidence for ... both benefit and harm for pregnant women receiving influenza vaccination?
Doctors & midwives express concern as 6 in 10 pregnant women miss out on flu jab
offer of free flu vaccination this winter to protect themselves and their baby from complications caused by the flu virus. This comes ... reveal just four in ten (43.1%)* mums-to-be have received the vaccine so far this winter. While this is a slight improvement on uptake
RCOG announcement: Seasonal influenza immunisation programme (Autumn 2014)
The RCOG in line with current guidance issued by Public Health England, NHS England and the ... Department of Health; recommends that all pregnant women have the flu vaccine when offered by their midwives. 
RCOG statement on the SANDS press release ‘New study reveals clear link between H1N1 flu virus and stillbirth’
about the risks of getting flu but would like to clarify that the NPEU study focused on women with H1N1v flu who required hospital admission ... admission, ie. those who had severe flu. Not all pregnant women who were infected with the H1N1v flu virus during the pandemic in 2009
RCOG statement on the article ‘H1N1 2009 influenza virus infection during pregnancy in the USA’ (The Lancet, 29 July 2009)
four times more likely to be hospitalised when they have H1N1v flu when compared to the general population. Based on these findings ... are diagnosed with swine flu. Moreover, the CDC recommends that women are vaccinated once the vaccine becomes available. Mr Boon
RCOG/FSRH statement on the story ‘Cancer research at risk in scramble for care funds’ (Times, 25 November 2009)
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) ... Times that government funding for public health campaigns on swine flu, sexual health and obesity may be diverted away to other areas
RCOG review on antenatal and postnatal analgesia
pharmacist, obstetrician, midwife or GP.  As the cold and flu season arrives, the RCOG review also found that it is important ... accidental overdose. In a bid to avoid flu, the RCOG continues to encourage pregnant women to have the flu jab. Earlier this week, Public
MBRRACE-UK report into maternal deaths and morbidity
also spans the period of the influenza A/H1N1 pandemic (swine flu), which severely affected pregnant women. Professor Alan Cameron ... report highlights the importance of pregnant women having the flu vaccination when it is offered to them. This prevents poor outcomes

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