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Scottish government and MSPs
 
 
 

Working with Scottish Government (SG) Infection Dept

The Lyme Resource Centre has been working with the Scottish Government  (SG) Infection Department to highlight the importance of raising awareness of ticks and tick borne-diseases.
 

Resulting in:

  • A Public Health Poster Campaign on ticks and Lyme disease - displayed in all 1280 Community Pharmacies across Scotland in 2022 and 2023. 

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  • Helping to develop an SG social media campaign in 2022 and 2023.

  • Working with the SG Chief Medical Officer team to improve education of healthcare professionals about tick-borne infection across the NHS.
     

Ticks and Lyme Disease – Raising Public Awareness

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Working with Fife and West Lothian local authorities

The Lyme Resource Centre has partnered with Fife and West Lothian local authorities on signage projects and are seeking to establish further partnerships with local authorities in Scotland to increase the spread of the signs across local authority managed parks which are popular with the public.

Efforts continue to encourage local authorities to engage with this initiative, however there are varying priorities for resources among local authorities at this time.  We are seeking to influence Scottish Government Policy by engaging with MSP’s to encourage local authorities in Scotland to make this signage initiative a priority.

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Position paper

position paper by the Lyme Resource Centre

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