When I grow up.. I wannabe a Dr.

Five guys. Malaysians. Once medical students. Once stuck in a house in Summerstown Cork. NOW all Doctors, going separate ways. What will they be up to?? ish macam macam.....

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Saturday, May 2

Frm the desk of President UCC SU

cakap-cakap izadiskandar

Cork in the 1900s
Dear All,
The SU Common Room is open this Saturday 4.30pm-8.30pm to screen the Leinster v Munster Heineken Cup semi-final. Just an idea for students to take a breather from the study.

This message is being circulated this on behalf of the Dr Michael Byrne, Head of Student Health Service.

As we are now at Phase 4 of Swine ‘Flu Pandemic Alert I am forwarding this e-mail for information.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared that the current phase of Pandemic Alert for influenza is Phase 4.

This is being reviewed frequently as the situation changes. This is the fourth highest of 6 levels of alert, and represents

the phase in an outbreak where the sustained Human to Human transmission of a novel or new influenza virus has occurred, and

has caused community level outbreaks.

Further information may be obtained at
www.hpsc.ie/hpsc/
www.hse.ie
www.who.org

A National telephone information line operated by the HSE is available on 1850 241850

In terms of reducing your risks of contracting or transmitting infection, the following precautionary measures are recommended

· Cover your nose and mouth with disposable tissues when sneezing, coughing, wiping and blowing your nose.

* Use a tissue once only and dispose tissues in the nearest waste bin.
* Wash your hands often with soap and water, and especially after coughing and sneezing. Alcohol-based hand cleaners are also effective.
* Clean hard surfaces (e.g. door handles) frequently using a normal cleaning product.
* Try to avoid close contact with sick people.
* If you are sick with flu, stay at home to avoid spreading infection to others. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

What are the symptoms of Influenza

· Sudden onset of fever with cough, sore throat, muscle pains, headache, runny nose and possibly vomiting and diarrhoea

What about overseas travel?

· Once Phase 4 (and upwards) level of alert has been declared it is recommended that all non-essential travel to areas affected are deferred.

* Travellers returning from affected areas should observe their personal health and if, within 7 days after return, they experience an illness
like that described above, they should stay at home and immediately contact their GP/Doctor or Student Health Department for further advice.

* The list of affected areas is updated daily on websites listed above.

As the libraries have been packed of late extra study rooms have been organised for anyone who wishes to avail of them - http://www.ucc.ie/en/SIN/education

2 kritikus:

lynn afandie said...

Dah phase 5 la skarang, zad..

lonelysoldierboy said...

st patrick street ke ni???
woww...clasic gel...
nothng much diff from now...