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2018 Flu Clinics


The National Flu Programme has changed this year. Everyone who qualifies for a flu jab will get one, but the changes mean that we need to give different jabs to different groups, and our flu jab supply will be arriving later than usual. We will be running our flu clinics late September and during October.


Please see the Flu Clinic 2018 under Clinics and Services for full details of this year's programme.


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OUH Research Projects

Patient Information on Local Research Projects

The University of Oxford frequently asks local surgeries to put up posters and information for patients on upcoming research projects. Due to limited space on our waiting room noticeboards, they are no longer put up in the waiting room, but posted on our website for patients who may be interested.

Any patient or member of the public interested in participating in a study should contact the university directly.

Sept 2015

1. Are you male, aged 18-60 and overweight? - This clinical research study involves a four week treatment period and study visits to the Churchill Hospital in Headington. Anyone interested in taking part should email volunteers@dtu.ox.ac.uk or phone 01865 857246 (posted 3.9.2015)

2. Baby Vaccine Study - This paediatric research study is looking at 2 different infant vaccination schedules, specifically the newly introduced meningitis B (MenB) vaccine called Bexsero. The study is looking for children between 8 and 12 weeks old, and they will be given their routine immunisations up until 13 months of age. 2 blood tests and a nasopharyngeal swab will be taken. Parents will be asked to keep a health diary to monitor side effects from the vaccine. Blood tests will be carried out throughout the study. Anyone interest in participating should go to the website or email the team on info@ovg.ox.ac.uk or phone them on 01865 857420 (posted 23.9.15).



 
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