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Identifying, treating and managing different types of illnesses, infections, injuries and disorders
Includes information on common symptoms and guidance for self-help
Information on what to expect if you need a test or treatment, such as a blood test, biopsy, scan or surgery.
Find out what you can do to look after your mental and physical wellbeing with advice on stopping smoking, eating well and how to get enough exercise.
Information on accessing health and care services in Scotland, and your rights when using them.
Through Scotland's Service Directory you can find the names, addresses, opening times and service details for thousands of health and wellbeing services in Scotland
Assess your own symptoms.
Find a local service or group.
A smear test could save your life
The Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities has been revised
Helping you get the right care, at the right time
Every month we provide links to the most commonly requested topics
The Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities (the ‘charter’) was revised in June 2019. This article will explain the charter in greater detail including access, communication, confidentiality and feedback and complaints.
The flu vaccine is the best available protection against flu and is offered each winter flu season (October to March). Find out more about the flu vaccine, and when and where to get it.
The child flu vaccine is offered to all children in Scotland aged 2–5 years at their GP practice, and all primary school children at school. Find out more about the child flu vaccine.
Every month we provide links to the most commonly asked questions
Find out more about your symptoms, when you can use self-care, and what to do if your condition worsens and you need medical help.
Find out more about your abdominal pain symptoms, when you can use self-care, and what to do if your condition worsens and you need medical help.
Find out more about fever symptoms in adults, when you can use self-care, and what to do if your condition worsens and you need medical help.