Health chiefs will discuss difficulties encountered with the rollout of flu vaccinations over the winter at a meeting next week.
Integration Joint Board
A new report has revealed around 50,000 north-east residents are expected to get Covid-19 vaccines every week next month.
A new strategy outlining ways to support people in the north-east with dementia is recommended to be given the go-ahead.
Health bosses vote through Aberdeen GP practice changes which have already caused five doctors to quit
Plans by public health authorities to withdraw from managing six Aberdeen GP practices have been voted through.
The north-east is heading for an "inevitable" deterioration in mental health as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new report on the city's mental health delivery plan has warned.
More than 100 visits have been undertaken in the north-east to tackle cuckooing issues in the region.
New family well-being centres are being considered for Aberdeen, a report has revealed.
The way immunisations are carried out in Aberdeen is to be given a shake up - with plans to use churches and community halls in the works.
Coronavirus: North-east health bosses confident they can deal with staff shortages as a result of test and trace procedures
Health bosses are gearing up for potential staff shortages as a result of the Scottish Government's new test, trace and isolate procedures.
In a report due before the Integration Joint Board (IJB) next week, officers recommend the cash be freed up to fund a member of staff who will help to provide for the needs of people who have been arrested and brought in to the Kittybrewster custody suite.
Health chiefs have said it should be possible to find new clinics for thousands of patients registered at an Aberdeen GP practice due to close next year.
A new plan to help people with learning disabilities has been welcomed.