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Online Event: Q&A session on Omicron variant and Booster vaccine

Do you have questions about the Omicron variant and Booster vaccine? Join our online Q&A session and get your questions answered by our experts. 12 February 2022 from 5 pm to 7.30 pm. Register in advance for this webinar via Eventbrite here. You may also call us on 0207 3832 402 to register for the event.

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The government has announced that the measures put in place under plan B in England will be lifted. You should continue to follow safer behaviours to protect yourself and others:

  • Get vaccinated and get your booster dose
  • Wear a face covering in most indoor public places and on public transport
  • Let fresh air in if you meet indoors. Meeting outdoors is safer
  • Get tested and self-isolate if required

Find out what does this mean to you?

Surviving Domestic Abuse: A Healthwatch Camden Report 

Healthwatch Camden held interviews with nine female survivors of domestic abuse and an additional six people completed an anonymous online survey. We believe it is important to listen and learn from their stories so that victims can access help more easily, be better supported, and more people can heal. 

Our report documents the experiences of these 15 survivors and suggests recommendations to systems that support victims. Read here


Online Q&A event on Long COVID

We held an online Q&A session on 30 November 2021 from 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm on long COVID. You may watch the recording of the session here - Healthwatch Camden - Long COVID Q&A session on 30 November 2021 - YouTube

“Long COVID” is an informal term that is commonly used to describe signs and symptoms that continue or develop after acute infection of COVID.

Cancer Awareness

Spotting Cancer early saves lives

Early diagnosis of cancer can lead to treatment that can save lives. Cancer that’s diagnosed at an early stage, before it’s had the chance to spread is more likely to be treated successfully. If cancer has spread, treatment becomes more difficult, and generally, a person’s chances of surviving are much lower. Find out more.


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