Dr George Kassianos, UK Immunisation lead at the Royal College of General Practitioners describes the nature of the threat posed by influenza
Who makes flu vaccines, how effective are they, and will there ever be a universal vaccine?
The Guardian’s Dr Ranjana Srivastava employs a personal case study to demonstrate the need to improve vaccination uptake
British GPs have driven up pertussis vaccine coverage in pregnant women from 55.1% to 57.7% in the six months from April to October 2015, higher than levels observed this time last year
An outbreak of Hepatitis A in two schools in Leeds has prompted Public Health England to offer mass vaccinations in the area
Public Health England and NHS Choices release videos to improve uptake of the winter flu vaccine.
Follow healthcare professionals of all ages as the NHS debunks some common misconceptions about influenza and the winter flu vaccine.
‘I just couldn’t believe I had pneumonia… I thought it was only something old people got’
Researchers from St Andrews University and the research facility Diamond Light Source have unravelled the structure of a key enzyme in Streptococcus pneumoniae.
Uptake of flu vaccination among health professionals is stubbornly low despite the role the profession plays in informing patients about the benefits of the jab, writes Professor Susanna Esposito.