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World Blood Donor Day – 14th June 2021

Every year countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day on  14 th  June . The aim of the day is to raise global awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products for transfusion and of the critical contribution voluntary, unpaid blood donors make to national health systems. Such campaigns also provide the opportunity to call to action to governments and national health authorities to provide adequate resources and put into place systems and infrastructures to increase the collection of blood from voluntary, non-remunerated blood donors. 2021’s campaign slogan is “Give blood and keep the world beating”. The message highlights the essential contribution blood donors make to keeping the world pulsating by saving lives and improving others’ health. It reinforces the global call for more people all over the world to donate blood regularly and contribute to better health. For more information surrounding blood donors and the donation process, please visit the World

Men's Health Week 14th - 20th June 2021

  Everybody's mental health has been challenged by the lockdowns and insecurities of the last year and it's not over. As we emerge from what we hope will be the worst of the pandemic, questions, concerns and anxieties remain. Even before the pandemic, men's mental health was a cause for concern. There is a grave disparity in the high number of men who die from suicide and the low number of men who seek treatment for depression, anxiety and other mental health challenges. The Men’s Health Forum states that men are more likely to be in the sort of jobs that cannot easily be done from home with the result that many male-dominated workforces are also at  greater risk  from Covid-19. With this in mind, they are hoping to engage with: all men but especially younger men (and boys), men at work and men dealing with bereavement all the UK's parliaments and assemblies - Westminster, the Welsh Senedd and the Scottish Assembly will all be sitting during Men's Health Week th

NHS Resources – supporting your clinical decisions

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