This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.

Useful Websites

TopicSiteWhat is it?
A-Z Health Information resources, 
FAQ’s and contact numbers and support on drinking
Anxiety and
Computerised self help for depression/anxiety/GAD/panic and relaxation
Back of accredited teachers for Alexander Technique
Cancer screeningcancerscreening.nhs.ukAdvice on absolute benefits and risks of breast, cervical, bowel and prostate screening
Carerscarers.orgAll relevant information for carers
Childrens A fun interactive way for children to learn about health with games, activities and quizzes. your baby - Develop a relationship with your baby and feel more confident as a new parent. USE CODE ON LINK TO ACCESS FREE your child - Parents of 6 months-18 years. Reassurance you're doing the right thing and making sense of your childs development and behaviour. USE CODE ON LINK TO ACCESS FREE for patients with coeliac disease


Patient decision aids for chronic diseases e.g. AF, HT, lipids. 
Use of antibiotics.
Risks of HRT/ COC


Activities and support for people living with Dementia advice in Gout
Patient education on Hepatitis C
Self help for IBS
Infectious and information on infectious diseases and hazards
Mental Health Download DocumentMental Health and Wellbeing Support in Rugby
Migrainemigrainetrust.orgPatient information on migraine including absolute risks of migraine with COC
Minor should I worry (download link) Information and advice for a variety of common symptoms, especially for assessing children and advice on Osteo-arthritis and support for Osteoporosis
Parkinson’s and support for Parkinson’s disease to understand your pregnancy including facts about labour and birth as well as building your confidence in becoming a parent. USE CODE ON LINK TO ACCESS FREE
Skin and advice on treatment and management of skin conditions and advice on how to quit
Teenage videos as well as articles to educate teenagers on a range of health topics such as contraception, mental health, drugs and alcohol.

Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website