Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine inclusion: vaccination programme - phase one
An overview of the inclusive approach adopted during the first stage of the COVID-19 vaccinations programme (December 2020 - September 2021). This includes examples of health board approaches and activities delivered in collaboration with stakeholders, and national programme activity and support.
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The COVID-19 vaccination programme has been the biggest immunisation effort in NHS Scotland's history.
Scotland's Covid-19 Vaccination Programme Highlights:
Purpose: This report acknowledges and highlights the considerable effort of those involved to ensure vaccinations reached as many people as possible in our society. It is an overview of the inclusive approach adopted during the first stage of the COVID-19 vaccinations programme (December 2020 until September 2021). It provides examples of health board approaches and activities delivered in collaboration with stakeholders - and national programme activity and support.
What we did: All 14 Health Boards tailored their inclusive approach in line with the six themes set out by the national programme:
- Flexible delivery models
- Accessible transport and clinics
- Engagement and co-production
- Data and evidence
This first phase of the vaccination programme continues to inform the current and future delivery of Scotland's vaccinations. The examples and activities outlined in this report offer valuable learning for future development and we will continue to embed an inclusive approach into vaccination services going forward.
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