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Links

General Medical Information Websites

Sexual Health - No matter what your age, if you are sexually active you need to look after your sexual health.

531173_safariNHS Direct - Includes patient information on common conditions.

British Medical Journal - For the latest medical news and original papers.

Patient UK   - Website designed for UK patients. Offers links to UK sites.

NetDoctor - Website for reliable information for UK patients.

Mens Health Forum - Source of information and research on all aspects of men's health.

Male Health - Health information for men.

Family Planning Association - Supports the public and professionals with sexual health information and resources.

Students Health - Student health advice website

Women's health - Health information for women.

Kids Health - Health information for children

See Saw - Childhood Bereavement

No Limits - Young peoples counselling and advice service

Self Help groups - Comprehensive list of UK based self help groups.

Virtual X-ray and Oncology Department visit - The worlds first virtual radiology and oncology departments aiming to demystify the procedures and equipment that patients would encounter during a visit to an oncology or radiology department.

BBC Health - BBC focus on health issues 

Department of Health - Links to current advice on Bird Flu

Smoking Cessation -Stop smoking support and advice is available from pharmacies and a mobile unit that visits Abingdon Market Place weekly.  For more information on the service, locations and time to seek support please visit https://www.smokefreelifeoxfordshire.co.uk/

It is with regret that due to staff changes, we are no longer able to provide consultations for smoking cessation advice and support however, we are committed to continue providing support for our patients who have started a programme of quitting with us.  Please arrange your appointment with reception. 



 
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