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    Goat’s milk formula

    For many pharmacies, formula has become a key product category as it meets the needs of young families in the community. Pharmacy assistants need a strong knowledge of the formula product range in their pharmacies to provide customers with the…

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    Continence Care for Pharmacy Assistants

    This course will provide pharmacy assistants with the knowledge and skills to advise customers on incontinence issues.

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    Pharmacy Health Solutions: Eye Care

    The online course provides pharmacy assistants with information on the nature of heartburn and common treatments, the key advice that should be provided to patients, medicines that are now available for pharmacy assistants to provide to patients. The training reinforces…

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    Pharmacy Health Solutions: Heartburn - for pharmacy assistants

    The online course provides pharmacy assistants with information on the nature of heartburn and common treatments, the key advice that should be provided to patients, medicines that are now available for pharmacy assistants to provide to patients. The training reinforces…

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    MEDIHONEY® Product Training: A Pharmacy Assistant’s Guide to Managing Eczema Skin Conditions

    MEDIHONEY® Product Training: A Pharmacy Assistant’s Guide to Managing Eczema Skin Conditions will provide pharmacy staff with valuable product information on this unique range of wound care products. The course provides a customer-focused guide to the use of MEDIHONEY® products…

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    Pharmacy Health Solutions: Allergic Rhinitis for pharmacy assistants

    This course will educate pharmacy assistants on the nature of allergic rhinitis and its causes and assist them to provide information to customers about the medicines that are available to treat this common health condition.

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    Managing fever in infants and toddlers

    Parents commonly present to the pharmacy seeking advice on how to manage fever in infants and younger children. Owing to their accessibility, pharmacists are in an ideal position to provide both pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for fever in children…

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    Paracetamol and ibuprofen combination analgesics

    This course reviews the mode of action, benefits and tolerability profile of paracetamol and ibuprofen combination analgesics as well as assisting pharmacy assistants in identifying when acute pain may require a combination pain reliever.

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    Scheduling changes: Communication in pain management

    Pharmacy assistants play an important part in implementing protocols and practices to assist customers with their pain management needs. This course will explore communication methods when discussing pain management with customers and assist pharmacy assistants to recognise where referral to…

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    Scheduling changes: Understanding the business impacts

    This course discusses the impacts that the rescheduling of medicines containing codeine will have on the pharmacy business. Upon completing the course pharmacy assistants will be able to identify actions the pharmacy can take to maintain sales revenue and profit.

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