The NHS in Leeds is supporting an international campaign to break down the taboos around urology conditions, including cancers of the bladder, testicles and prostate. September is Urology Awareness Month and 24-28 September is Urology Week. Both aim to encourage men and women to take care of their urological health.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is supporting World Suicide Prevention Day (Monday 10 September 2018) by reminding people that it’s okay to seek help and by encouraging others to look out for those who might be feeling low, distressed or alone. Statistics show that on average, more than 6,000
With the summer holidays due to start this week, the NHS is reminding parents and carers to pack their children’s asthma medication before they leave. The advice has come from NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as they look to improve asthma care among local patients. Data shows that there
The NHS in Leeds is asking people what they’d like to see in a new diabetes strategy for the city. The strategy will outline plans to reduce the number of people in Leeds who develop the condition and identify everyone who has it, while also looking at how we can
People in Leeds are being invited to nominate a general practice nurse who they think deserves recognition for The General Practice Nursing Awards 2018 taking place in March this year. NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Groups Partnership is calling on local people to shine a light on practice nurses who have