These fraudulent communication methods here claim to be from Eon and follow a typical story that all scammers use to worry you and pile on the urgency.
From an Eon phishing email to a phone call with a scammer, we carried out an investigation to expose the tricks and tactics used in this scam. Lucia Ariano, Which? senior presenter played along with a fraudster to show you how the scam works and the sneaky tricks used with this phishing attempt. We would never recommend doing this yourself.
Watch the video to find out what happened and how you can avoid similar scams.
Both Health and fire services have provided fire safety awareness advice in the use of all emollient products (including water-based and paraffin-free) when applied regularly to large areas of the body.
Instruct: Not to smoke, cook or go near any naked flames/heat sources (e.g. heaters) whilst wearing clothing/dressings that have been in contact with emollients or emollient treated skin (including bedding).
Measures: Offer referral to Smoking cessation service or support, Local fire and rescue service for fire safety advice and/or a home visit.
Note: Washing clothing and bedding at a high temperature may reduce the contamination but not totally remove it - so the risk remains.
Remind: Remind users/their carers about this risk each time you prescribe, dispense or review.
Please refer to the Emollient Factsheet for further guidance.
GPs in Sutton are joining a programme that has helped more than 2,000 people with Type 2 diabetes improve their health through the ‘soups and shakes’ diet – with participants losing an average of over 13 kilogrammes after three months.
To find out more about Type 2 diabetes visit:https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/type-2-diabetes/
Sutton Council commissioned Healthwatch Sutton to undertake an audit of the experience in care homes during the pandemic. In the course of completing this, care home residents, their families and care home staff members were interviewed. On completion of the audit, a report was produced to share the findings with practitioners, commissioners and the wider community. The report is available here to read here, The Experience in Care Homes during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
SWL has a helpline to support you with any questions you may have about how/where to get a vaccine, and any clinical concerns you may have – and are able to connect you with a clinician for a one-to-one discussion. The telephone line is open 9 am – 5 pm Monday to Friday, and you can also use email or an eForm. The vaccination hub team will respond to you within 24hours of you contacting them and will support you with any queries that you have.
Telephone: 020 3880 0338
Further informative resources can also be found here - https://www.swlondon.nhs.uk/vaccination-as-a-condition-of-deployment-vcod/