Information about immunisation, screening and other health topics in British Sign Language (BSL). BSL users who need more information can communicate with our health information team on 0800 22 44 88 via Contact Scotland BSL (https://contactscotland-bsl.org/).
Webchat is a communication tool that connects you with our health information team in real-time.
How you'll be supported when giving feedback or making a complaint about the NHS in Scotland
How your personal health information will be used and shared when you access NHS services in Scotland
Explanation of the 'Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities' and how to use it effectively
To stay healthy, people should try to be physically active every day.
British Sign Language (BSL) information, advice and guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19)
What IBS is and how it's treated in British Sign Language (BSL)
How to live well with COPD and access support
Information about the long-term effects of coronavirus in British Sign Language (BSL)
Coronavirus vaccination helps to reduce your risk of developing coronavirus and makes symptoms milder if you catch the virus
British Sign Language (BSL) information about the NHS Scotland COVID Status
It's not always possible to prevent shingles, but a vaccine can reduce your chances of developing the condition.
Pneumococcal vaccine, helps protect you against pneumonia and meningitis.
Information about how menopause can impact your mental wellbeing
Information about the options available to treat symptoms of menopause
Information about sexual wellbeing during and after the menopause
Find out about how you can support someone through the menopause
British Sign Language advice about anxiety disorders in children
Learn about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms and treatments.
Exercises to help you manage stress and understand where it comes from
A free and confidential phone service for anyone in Scotland experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety
Advice for young people on how to cope if your parents split up
Advice for young people on coping with feeling sad or unhappy
Advice for young people on how to cope with the loss of someone close
Advice for young people on how to make friends and develop friendships
Insomnia is difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep for long enough to feel refreshed the next morning.
Panic disorder is where you have recurring and regular panic attacks, often for no apparent reason.
Learn about the signs, symptoms and treatments of a personality disorder
Learn about post-traumatic stress disorder, an anxiety disorder caused by very stressful, frightening or distressing events, in BSL.
Psychosis is a mental health problem that causes people to perceive or interpret things differently from those around them. This might involve hallucinations or delusions.
How to talk, listen and reduce stigma around suicide
Advice for young people on what to do if you're feeling worried
Offering support to someone you're worried is suicidal (BSL)
Information about heavy periods including possible causes and when to speak to your doctor
Information about irregular periods including possible causes and when to speak to your doctor
Information about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) symptoms and treatment
Who'll be offered abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening in Scotland and how the test is done
Who'll be offered a smear test in Scotland and what happens next if the test finds changes that need further investigation
Information about some of the screening tests offered for your newborn
What you need to know after getting a higher-chance screening result for Down's syndrome or Edwards' syndrome or Patau's syndrome
Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections and often has no symptoms. Learn more about chlamydia testing and treatment.
Genital herpes causes painful blisters to appear on the genitals and surrounding areas. Learn about symptoms, testing and treatment.
Gonorrhoea cases have doubled in Scotland over the past 5 years. Learn how to avoid infection, the symptoms and treatment.
Information about lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV), how it's caused, symptoms and treatment.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) can be painful and a serious health risk.
What you should know about pubic lice, how they are transmitted, symptoms and treatment.
Syphilis infections in Scotland have increased greatly during the past 5 years. Learn how it's caused, the symptoms and treatment.
Hazel Somerville from NHS Forth Valley introduces the SARCS, a service designed to give people a choice in their healthcare and support.