British Sign Language (BSL)

Information about immunisation, screening and other health topics in British Sign Language (BSL). To request information in BSL, use contactSCOTLAND-BSL (https://contactscotland-bsl.org/) to speak to our health information team on 0800 22 44 88.

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Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening

​Who'll be offered abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening in Scotland and how the test is done

Bowel screening

Who's offered bowel screening in Scotland and how the test's done

Breast screening

Who'll be offered breast screening in Scotland and how a mammogram is done

Breathing and relaxation exercises for stress

Exercises to help you manage stress and understand where it comes from

Cervical screening (smear test)

Who'll be offered a smear test in Scotland and what happens next if the test finds changes that need further investigation

Childhood immunisations

Vaccines offered as part of the childhood immunisation schedule

Chronic pain

What causes chronic pain and how it's treated

Coeliac disease

What coeliac disease is and how it's treated

Consent when using the NHS

How you'll be supported to make decisions about your care and treatment

Cough

What can cause a cough and how they're treated

Depression

What depression is and how it's treated

Diabetes

What causes diabetes and how it's treated

Flu (Influenza)

What flu is and how it's treated

Flu vaccine

Vaccination that helps to protect against flu (influenza)

Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD)

What GAD is and how it's treated

Giving feedback or making a complaint about your care

How you'll be supported when giving feedback or making a complaint about the NHS in Scotland

How the NHS protects your personal health information

How your personal health information will be used, stored and shared by the NHS in Scotland

How to cope if your parents split up

Advice for young people on how to cope if your parents split up

How to cope with feeling sad or unhappy

Advice for young people on coping with feeling sad or unhappy

How to cope with the loss of someone close

Advice for young people on how to cope with the loss of someone close

How to make friends and develop friendships

Advice for young people on how to make friends and develop friendships

HPV vaccine

Vaccine that helps to protect against human papillomavirus (HPV)

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

What IBS is and how it's treated

Living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

How to live well with COPD and access support

Sore throat

What can cause a sore throat and how they're treated

Stomach ache and abdominal pain

What can cause a stomach ache and how it's treated

Stopping smoking

Benefits of stopping smoking and how to prepare a quit plan

Teenage immunisations

Vaccinations you'll be offered as a teenager in Scotland

Type 2 diabetes

What causes type 2 diabetes and how it's treated

What to do if you're feeling worried

Advice for young people on what to do if you're feeling worried