We have trained over 1000 pharmacists in 2018! Our scheduled workshops have now ended however we are running one more workshop in October for pharmacists that still need to attend a face to face workshop session
We are delighted to have delivered 38 fully booked flu jab training workshops in 2018. We have trained over 1000 pharmacists! These included community pharmacists, GP practice pharmacists, hospital pharmacists and some nurses. Our scheduled
workshops for 2018 have now ended - however we have organised one final workshop for those pharmacists that still require training.
WORKSHOP DATE: TUESDAY 30TH OCTOBER 2018 - 7PM LEICESTER
WORKSHOP FEE: £129 (+vat)
Please note: Places at this workshop are limited and will be provided on a first come first served basis. To book a place - click here
Please complete the form below to reserve your place at one of our face-to-face flu jab training workshops.
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(places are limited and will only be confirmed after payment is made)
Our course meets the new 2018 National Minimum Standards and Core Curriculum. It is specifically designed by clinical practicing pharmacists for practicing pharmacists. Our course is perhaps the most complete and comprehensive course for pharmacists.
Other healthcare professionals can also attend this course.
Whilst being comprehensive our course is designed in a manner which offers the conveneince of online learning together with a practical workshop session to help improve injection administration skills and CPR.
We provide comprehensive online content which can be viewed before and after the workshop to aid learning. This provides a great reference source for use after the workshop
At the workshop we focus on the practical injection techniques. You will learn how to administer: intramuscular / subcutaneous / intradermal and intranasal flu injections to adults, children and babies
We provide practical basic life support training at the workshop. You will learn how to give CPR to an adult, a child and a baby. Other imprtant aspects of basic life support are covered in the online learning materials, including how to use an AED device
You will lean how to recognise and deal with anaphylactic reactions. You will also learn how to use adrenaline in a patient suffering with an anaphylactic reaction.
We provide up to date information and advice on the NHS flu vaccine service specification and patient group direction (PGD). We also provide information and advice on the use of private PGDs
We provide SOPs and information which you can use to immediately deliver an excellent service to your patients. Our course was designed by a clinical community pharmacist / independent prescriber, who runs a range of NHS and private services from his own pharmacy in Oakham. During our training he shares his experiences and provides useful hints and tips which have been beneficial for less experienced pharmacists.