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NHS Staff Who Refuse Flu Jab 'Irresponsible'


Just one in five staff at NHS hospitals in England have received a flu jab despite warnings they are putting patients at risk.

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[Homework]2014-03-29 NHS医护人员大多数未接种流感疫苗

In Bourmor the hospital fought flu with 70s disco. Everybody is Kung-flu fighting. In Birming north London, it was a festive number. I don't want a Christmas with flu. And in Birmingham, they roped in Boxer to convince staff to have the jab. The heavy weight campaign was the only one that worked. The city's children's hospital vaccinated almost nine out of ten staff this winter. Nationally just half of all NHS staff had a jab that stops the spreading a potentially deadly virus around the wards. Here they say that is just not acceptable.
We've got lots of children in the hospital but already very sick, the last thing we need is for them to get flu. Also to protect themselves, we don't want our staff to go sick. But we also want to protect their homes as well,we wanna make sure that they some flu in the hospital and take it home to their families.
Offical figures show that of 133 hospital trusts, just 40 vaccinated 75% of staff, the target set by the Department of Health. Kings College Hospital in London had the lowest rate with less than 30% of front line staff vaccinated. Great Ormond Street children's hospital, the Royal Marson Cancer Hospital and the Royal Brompton Heart Hospital also have low rates and they treat particularly vulnerable patients. I specialist says staff's refusal to vaccine are being irresponsible.
I think they certainly have naievity in the sense that they don't perceive they are protecting colleagues or protecting patients and feel that they are not vulnerable themselves to flu why should they have a injection of vaccine.
Once the virus gets on board, it can quickly spread. Here at the L Royal in F, just last month, six children on the high dependency unit came down with swine flu, 3 had to be isolated. The source of the infection was never traced. And it could be a visitor, but barely half of the staff had been vaccinated. Failure to hit the vaccination target could prove costly to hospitals. The Department of Health told Sky News that only in exceptional circumstances will there be considered for a share of a 250 million pound windfall to help the ANE pressure next winter. It added uptake is currently at its highest level ever, however it is clear there is more to do. Expect more videos next winter, but with growing frustration, the health worker needs so much convincing to protect the health of patients.

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[Homework]2014-03-29 NHS医护人员大多数未接种流感疫苗

In Bourmor the hospital fought flu with 70s disco. Everybody is Kung-flu fighting. In Birming north London, it was a festive number. I don't want a Christmas with flu. And in Birmingham, they roped in Boxer to convince staff to have the jab. The heavy weight campaign was the only one that worked. The city's children's hospital vaccinated almost nine out of ten staff this winter. Nationally just half of all NHS staff had a jab that stops the spreading a potentially deadly virus around the wards. Here they say that is just not acceptable.

We've got lots of children in the hospital but already very sick, the last thing we need is for them to get flu. Also to protect themselves, we don't want our staff to go sick. But we also want to protect their homes as well,we wanna make sure that they some flu in the hospital and take it home to their families.

Offical figures show that of 133 hospital trusts, just 40 vaccinated 75% of staff, the target set by the Department of Health. Kings College Hospital in London had the lowest rate with less than 30% of front line staff vaccinated. Great Ormond Street children's hospital, the Royal Marson Cancer Hospital and the Royal Brompton Heart Hospital also have low rates and they treat particularly vulnerable patients. I specialist says staff's refusal to vaccine are being irresponsible.

I think they certainly have naievity in the sense that they don't perceive they are protecting colleagues or protecting patients and feel that they are not vulnerable themselves to flu why should they have a injection of vaccine.
Once the virus gets on board, it can quickly spread. Here at the L Royal in F, just last month, six children on the high dependency unit came down with swine flu, 3 had to be isolated. The source of the infection was never traced. And it could be a visitor, but barely half of the staff had been vaccinated. Failure to hit the vaccination target could prove costly to hospitals. The Department of Health told Sky News that only in exceptional circumstances will there be considered for a share of a 250 million pound windfall to help the ANE pressure next winter. It added uptake is currently at its highest level ever, however it is clear there is more to do. Expect more videos next winter, but with growing frustration, the health worker needs so much convincing to protect the health of patients
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[Homework]2014-03-29 NHS医护人员大多数未接种流感疫苗

In Bourmor the hospital fought flu with 70s disco. Everybody is Kung-flu fighting. In Birming north London, it was a festive number. I don't want a Christmas with flu. And in Birmingham, they roped in Boxer to convince staff to have the jab. The heavy weight campaign was the only one that worked. The city's children's hospital vaccinated almost nine out of ten staff this winter. Nationally just half of all NHS staff had a jab that stops the spreading a potentially deadly virus around the wards. Here they say that is just not acceptable.

We've got lots of children in the hospital but already very sick, the last thing we need is for them to get flu. Also to protect themselves, we don't want our staff to go sick. But we also want to protect their homes as well,we wanna make sure that they some flu in the hospital and take it home to their families.

Offical figures show that of 133 hospital trusts, just 40 vaccinated 75% of staff, the target set by the Department of Health. Kings College Hospital in London had the lowest rate with less than 30% of front line staff vaccinated. Great Ormond Street children's hospital, the Royal Marson Cancer Hospital and the Royal Brompton Heart Hospital also have low rates and they treat particularly vulnerable patients. I specialist says staff's refusal to vaccine are being irresponsible.

I think they certainly have naievity in the sense that they don't perceive they are protecting colleagues or protecting patients and feel that they are not vulnerable themselves to flu why should they have a injection of vaccine.
Once the virus gets on board, it can quickly spread. Here at the L Royal in F, just last month, six children on the high dependency unit came down with swine flu, 3 had to be isolated. The source of the infection was never traced. And it could be a visitor, but barely half of the staff had been vaccinated. Failure to hit the vaccination target could prove costly to hospitals. The Department of Health told Sky News that only in exceptional circumstances will there be considered for a share of a 250 million pound windfall to help the ANE pressure next winter. It added uptake is currently at its highest level ever, however it is clear there is more to do. Expect more videos next winter, but with growing frustration, the health worker needs so much convincing to protect the health of patients
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[Homework]2014-03-29 NHS医护人员大多数未接种流感疫苗

In Bourmor the hospital fought flu with 70s disco.In Birming north London,it was a festive number.And in Birming ,they roped in boxer event to convinced staff to have jab.The heavy weight campaign is the only one of the world, the city's children's hospital   vaccinated almost 9 out of 10 staff this winter.Nationally just half of all NHS's staff had a jab that stop the spreading a potentially deadly virus around the wards.Here they say that is not exceptable.
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Offical figures show just that 153 hospital trusts just 40 vaccinates,75% of staff,the target set by the department of Heath.King College Hospital in London had the lowest rate with less than 30% of front line staff vaccinates.Great children's Hospital,The Roval Marson Cancer Hospital and the roval bronton Heart Hospital also have low rates and they treat particularly vulnerable patients.These none spcially says staff refuse the vaccine been irresponsible.
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Failure to hit the vaccination target could prove costly to hospitals.The deparment of Heath told * News that only in exceptional circumstance would there be considered for a share over 250 million pounds windfall to help ANE pressure next winter.It added uptake is currently at its highest level ever,however it is clear there is more todo.
Expect more * video next winter,but growing frustration ,the health worker needs so much convincing to protect the health of patients.


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In Bournmoor the hospital fought flu with 70s disco.  

In Barnet
north London, it was a festive number.  

And in Birmingham, they roped in Boxer
Evander Holyfield
to convince staff to have the jab.

The heavy weight campaign was the only one that worked. The city's children's hospital vaccinated almost nine out of ten staff this winter. Nationally just half of all NHS staff had a jab that stops the spreading a potentially deadly virus around the wards. Here they say that is just not acceptable.

We've got lots of children in the hospital that already very sick, the last thing we need is for them to get flu. Also to protect themselves, we don't want our staff to go sick. But we also want to protect their homes as well,we wanna make sure that they dont pick something from the hospital and take it home to their families.

Official figures show that of 133 hospital trusts, just 40 vaccinated 75% of staff, the target set by the Department of Health. Kings College Hospital in London had the lowest rate with less than 30% of front line staff vaccinated. Great Ormond Street children's hospital, the Royal Marson Cancer Hospital and the Royal Brompton Heart Hospital also have low rates and they treat particularly vulnerable patients.

? specialist says staff's refusal to vaccine are being irresponsible.

I think they certainly have naievity in the sense that they don't perceive they are protecting colleagues or protecting patients and feel that they are not vulnerable themselves to flu why should they have a injection of vaccine.

Once the virus gets
in ward, it can quickly spread. Here at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, just last month, six children on the high dependency unit came down with swine flu, 3 had to be isolated. The source of the infection was never traced. And it could be a visitor, but barely half of the staff had been vaccinated. Failure to hit the vaccination target could prove costly to hospitals. The Department of Health told Sky News that only in exceptional circumstances will there be considered for a share of a 250 million pound windfall to help the ANE pressure next winter. It added “uptake is currently at its highest level ever, however it is clear there is more to do”. Expect more videos next winter, but with growing frustration, the health worker needs so much convincing to protect the health of patients.

[Homework]2014-03-29 NHS医护人员大多数未接种流感疫苗

In birmingham the hospital fought flu with 70s disco.In birmingham, north London,it was the festive number and in birmingham, they ropted boxer to convince staff to have the jab, the heavy weight campaign was the only one of the world, the city's children hospital vaccinated almost 9  out of 10 staffs this winter. Nationally just half of all NHS staff had a jab that stops the spreading a potentially deadly virus around the worlds, here they say that's just not acceptable. We've got a lots of children in the hospital, but already very sick, the last thing we need is for them to get flu. Also to protect themselves, we don't want our staff to go sick.But we also want to protect their homes as well,we wanna make sure that they some flu in the hospital and take it home to their families. Official figures show that 153 hospital trusts just 40 vaccinated 75 percent of staff, the target set by the Department of Health. Kings College Hospital in London had the lowest rate with less than 30% of front line staff vaccinated.Great Ormond Street children's hospital, the Royal Marson Cancer Hospital and the Royal Brompton Heart Hospital also have low rates and they treat particularly vulnerable patients.I specialist says staff's refusal to vaccine are being irresponsible.
I think they certainly have naievity in the sense that they don't perceive they are protecting colleagues or protecting patients and feel that they are not vulnerable themselves to flu why should they have a injection of vaccine.
Once the virus gets on board, it can quickly spread. Here at the L Royal in F, just last month, six children on the high dependency unit came down with swine flu, 3 had to be isolated. The source of the infection was never traced. And it could be a visitor, but barely half of the staff had been vaccinated.
Failure to hit the vaccination target could prove costly to hospitals. The Department of Health told Sky News that only in exceptional circumstances will there be considered for a share of a 250 million pound windfall to help the ANE pressure next winter.
It added uptake is currently at its highest level ever, however it is clear there is more to do. Expect more videos next winter, but with growing frustration, the health worker needs so much convincing to protect the health of patients


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In Bournmoor, the hospitals fought flu with 70s disco. In Barnet North London, it was a festive number. And in Birmingham, they roped in boxer Evander Holyfield to convince staff to have the jab.

The heavy weight campaign was the only one that worked. The city’s children’s hospital vaccinated almost nine out of ten staff this winter. Nationally just half of all NHS staff had a jab that stops spreading a potentially deadly virus around the wards. Here they say that’s just not acceptable.

“We’ve got lots of children in the hospital that are already very sick. The last thing we need is for them to get flu. Also to protect themselves, we don’t want our staff to go sick. But we also want to protect their homes as well. We wanna make sure that they don’t pick something from the hospital and take it home to their families.”

Official figures show that of 153 hospital trusts, just 40 vaccinated 75% of staff, the target set by the Department of Health. Kings Hospital College in London had the lowest rate with less than 30% of frontline staff vaccinated. Great Ormond Street Children Hospital, the Royal Marsden cancer hospital and the Royal Brompton heart hospital also had low rates, and they treat particularly vulnerable patients.

This lung specialist says staff who refused to vaccine are being irresponsible.

“I think they certainly have naivety in the sense that they don't perceive that they are protecting colleagues or protecting patients and feel that they are not vulnerable themselves to flu. Why should they have influenza vaccine?”

Once the virus gets on the ward, it can quickly spread. Here at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, just last month, six children on the high dependency unit came down with swine flu, three had to be isolated. The source of the infection was never traced, and it could be a visitor, but barely half the staff have been vaccinated.

Failure to hit the vaccination target could prove costly to hospitals. The Department of Health told Sky News that only in "exceptional circumstances" would they be considered for a share of a £250m windfall to help the A&E pressure next winter. It added: "Uptake is currently at its highest level ever. However, it is clear there is more to do."

Expect more cheesy videos next winter, but with growing frustration, the health workers need so much convincing to protect the health of patients.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.
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