Description

Seasonal flu template and sample letters for use by GPs.

You can read the 2019 Child flu Chief Medical Officer (CMO) letter (PDF, 425KB) and the 2019 Seasonal flu Chief Medical Officer (CMO) letter, as well as use the resources below which include

  • Flu TV ad – aimed at parents of 2-5 year olds and people with health conditions, for display on GP practice screens and via social media
  • Flu radio advert – Parents of children aged 2-5 – aimed at encouraging parents of 2-5 year olds to get vaccinated, for use on social media.
  • Flu radio advert – People at risk – aimed at encouraging those with an underlying health condition such as diabetes, asthma, a heart or kidney disease to get vaccinated, for use on social media.
  • Superspreaders animation – aimed at parents of 2-5 year olds, for display on GP practice screens and via social media
  • Health conditions animation – aimed at people with health conditions, for display on GP practice screens and via social media
  • pre-school poster – aimed at parents of 2-5 year olds for display in your practice
  • pre-school sample letter – for information purposes only. All parents of 2-5 year olds will receive this
  • pre-school stickers
  • adult flu poster – aimed at people under 65 with health conditions, people aged 65 and over and pregnant women for display in your practice
  • Campaign screensaver – for display on GP surgery, stakeholder or partners screens
  • Campaign email footer – to be applied on email signatures for those who wish to support the campaign
  • GP template flu letter for under 65s – which you can adapt and use to invite eligible patients into your practice for the flu vaccine
  • sample flu letter for over 65s (with shingles included)
  • sample flu letter for over 65s (without shingles included)
  • Sample aged 2-5 flu leaflet
  • Sample aged 65 or over flu leaflet
  • Sample health conditions flu leaflet
  • Sample healthcare worker flu leaflet
  • Sample pregnant women flu leaflet
  • postcard - what to expect.

Documents

Alternative formats

If you require publications or documents in an alternative format such as large print, braille and audio versions, please email the NHS Health Scotland Alternative Formats team.