Date of event: 12/02/2019
Health Protection Scotland is hosting an e-bug event on:
Tuesday 12 February 2019 at
09:30 – 13:00 (lunch provided after).
Venue:The Studio, 67 Hope Street Glasgow, G2 6AE.
To confirm your place on the course or for further information, please email: NSS.HPSInfectionControl@nhs.net.
The event is open to all services who care/support children and young people who are of school age. Target audience is anyone who works with children or young people in a group setting e.g. schools, after school clubs, residential services etc
General info about e-bug
- e-Bug is a free, online educational science resource covering the topics of microbiology, hygiene and health. It teaches children and young adults in Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5 about microorganisms and the spread, prevention and treatment of infection.
- e-Bug resources are research based and have been developed by Public Health England in collaboration with teachers, health professionals and students and to date, the e-Bug programme has been used widely in England and Scotland where it is linked to the National Curriculum.
It will be a fun and interactive session designed to allow participants to engage children and young people in learning about infection and antibiotics.
Anyone who is interested should register for the event by emailing their name, role and organisation to NSS.HPSInfectionControl@nhs.net
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