We're delighted to be able to offer you this new, and very timely, webinar next Wednesday which, as with all of our online courses, is free of charge and open to everybody, everywhere.
Covid-19 Vaccination Q&A Session | 4:15pm-5pm | Wednesday 27th January
The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is safe and effective. It gives you the best protection against coronavirus. But it is entirely understandable that, before committing to taking the vaccine, you would want to know more about it - how it works, how safe and effective it is, and what the side effects are.
So please join us for this Q&A session where Dr Nicola Funnell and Aidan Collins from SLAM’s Infection Prevention and Control Team will be on hand to answer any of your queries and address any of your concerns.
How to register
FIRST TIME REGISTRATION, if you haven’t signed up to a webinar with us before (even if you are a SLaM Recovery College student):
RETURNING STUDENTS REGISTRATION, if you have already signed up to a webinar with us before:
The great majority of our webinars are run as Live Events on the Microsoft Teams platform, meaning that you can join anonymously and will neither be seen nor heard. Instead, you interact by typing questions and comments into a Q&A panel. Occasionally we will run a course in a Meetings format for a limited group of students, where you will be seen and heard, but these will be clearly identified as such.
If you can't make a particular live event you can still enrol and use the link we'll send you to watch a recording later.
Please feel free to share this offer of free-to-view webinars with anyone who you think might benefit.
Visit our COVID_19 resources page for details of crisis support, covid-19 advice, online learning, online activities, and staying connected: https://www.slamrecoverycollege.co.uk/covid-19-resources.html
With very best wishes,
The team at South London and Maudsley Recovery College
Although these courses are free, SLaM Recovery College operates with charity funding. If you feel these webinars help you, and you are able to, please consider making a donation to the brilliant Maudsley Charity which supports innovative wellbeing projects in our communities.
There is, of course, no obligation to make a donation.
This is the link to make a donation if you’d like to: