Our resources page on Covid-19 vaccinations has a series of guides for you to explore, giving you a wealth of information to support your practice.
On this page is a list of resources for different risk groups, including tools to aid discussion on risk:benefit such as blood clotting risk. The information is sourced from PHE, RCOG, British Fertility Society and ARCS.
This page contains advice and information for GPs about vaccinating people with severe mental illness, encouraging a flexible approach to defining SMI.
This guide provides latest evidence on vaccinations for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers and those who want to conceive.
Drawn from a number of expert sources, this page gives updated vaccination guidance for individuals with clotting and bleeding disorders and those on anticoagulant therapy.
This information, sourced from the MHRA, Pulsetoday.co.uk, the RCGP and the University of Cambridge, gives advice about treating post-vaccination headache, when to offer a face-to-face appointment, and red flags.
An overview of the most frequently reported adverse effects to the different vaccines and when to report an adverse effect.
In this guide, you’ll find evidence and guidance around Covid vaccinations for children and young people, brought together from the BMJ, The Green Book, and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
This page is a go-to resource with advice for GPs on prioritisation for the Covid-19 vaccine programme rollout, and guidance on prescribing the vaccines.
This page contains guidance on vaccination for patients on immunosuppressive treatment; i.e. those clinically extremely vulnerable individuals in cohort 4 and those considered to be in an ‘at-risk group’ in cohort 6 as per JCVI prioritisation.
This page contains guidance for vaccinating individuals on treatment with DMARDs.
This page contains guidance on vaccination individuals undergoing steroid treatments.
This page contains guidance on vaccinating individuals undergoing chemotherapy.
This page contains guidance on vaccinating patients on specific drug treatments.
This page lists guidance on the Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca and Moderna Covid-19 vaccinations for people with pre-existing allergies, including a quick-reference chart.