Flu or Flu-like illness in chronically ill or disabled children

Resources & Information

www.archiestudy.com
Information about the ARCHIE study being run by the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences, University of Oxford. The study is investigating the early use of antibiotics for ‘at risk’ children with flu or flu-like illness.

www.nhs.uk
Provides information about flu or flu-like illness and how it can effect children with a long term medical condition or disability.

www.wellchild.org.uk
WellChild - A UK charity offering support to children with a long term or complex health condition and their families. Provides a medicines for children web based resource providing practical and reliable information on over 100 medicines.around the country and online support for parents.

www.braininjuryhub.co.uk/
The Children’s Trust - A UK charity for children with brain injury. They provide rehabilitation, therapy, education and care at their specialist centre in Tadworth. They also offer online support for parents.

www.morethanacold.co.uk
A campaign to raise awareness and educate parents about bronchiolitis. Provides information about bronchiolitis and other winter illnesses affecting babies and young children. It is organised and funded by the biopharmaceutical company AbbVie and supported by Bliss, the British Lung Foundation, NCT, Tamba, Tiny Tickers, Tiny Lives and WellChild.

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