Community Pharmacy Vaccination Services 

On the 24th March 2016, the Queensland Government amended the Health (Drugs and Poisons) Regulation 1996 (HDPR) to enable approved pharmacists and interns to administer influenza, measles and pertussis immunisations to adults aged 18 and over in a community pharmacy setting.

The legislation amendment follows the success of the Queensland Pharmacist Immunisation Pilot that operated for two years.

The QLD Pharmacist Vaccination Standard and Drug Therapy Protocol – Pharmacist Vaccination Program are available from the QLD Health website.

2017 Guild Corporate Vaccination Program

The Queensland Branch has secured agreements with certain State Government Departments to enable Queensland Guild members to administer influenza vaccinations to government employees for the 2017 flu season.

Training

Vaccinating pharmacists and interns are required to successfully one of the following training courses and hold a current First Aid and CPR certificate and certificate in anaphylaxis management.

FAQs and Resources

Access useful resources and browse answers to common questions regarding Pharmacist Vaccination in Queensland.

Standards and Guidelines

Vaccinating pharmacists in Queensland must meet the outlined Standards and Guidelines.

Free Webinar

Vaccination services in community pharmacy

Questions?
Contact the Queensland Branch

Phone

07 3831 3788

Website
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Page last updated 24 March 2017