Monthly Archives: November 2014

Wise up about flu

Our latest blog is by Dave Cunningham, our IPC (infection, prevention and control) lead, and is all about flu, how it can affect anyone, and some of the common myths about the illness and the dreaded flu jab. Click on … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Pete’s Journal of life in Sierra Leone 2014 (Part 3)

Before Ebola there was no ambulance service in Sierra Leone. To most people the concept of no ambulance service seems unreal.

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Guest Blog: Pete’s Journal of life in Sierra Leone 2014 (Part 2)

Day one in Sierra Leone As we landed in Sierra Leone, the mood on the aircraft changed and people looked tense and worried.  We had spent the past seven hours shouting at each other above the noise of the engines; … Continue reading

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