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Contractor Notice: Havrix Adult Monodose and Junior Monodose suspension for injection in a vial to be discontinued

Following long term stock issues with Havrix Junior Monodose and Adult Monodose vaccine suspension for injection in a vial GSK has announced that both products will be discontinued in the UK from 29th November 2019. GSK say ‘This decision has not been taken due to safety concerns.’ Pack Name List price EAN number Pip Code...

19 hours ago

Identifying carers and care workers eligible for a flu vaccination

Carers and employed care workers who are aged 18 years or over are included in the group of patients eligible for an NHS flu vaccination under the national Flu Vaccination service. It is really important for carers and care workers to get vaccinated as if they were to catch flu and become ill, the welfare...

21 hours ago

CPCS: CPD opportunities

As announced in the 5-year CPCF agreement, NHS England & NHS Improvement and Health Education England (HEE) will use funding from the Pharmacy Integration Fund to commission continuing professional development sessions for pharmacists related to the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS). This training will build on the CPD already delivered in some of the DMIRS...

23 hours ago

Me and My Medicines 

 

‘Me and My Medicines’ is an on-going campaign led by patients and supported by clinical staff to help people raise concerns and use their medicines better.  It aims to help everyone benefit from more
effective and safer care.  The key theme for the campaign is 'Its OK to Ask'. 

 
‘It’s OK to Ask’ means patients, families and carers are encouraged to ask questions about their medicines so that they can be helped to get the most benefit from their medicines. 
 
Patients don’t always know that they can ask for advice on medicines, or what to ask for. The Me and My Medicines charter and messages can be used within your pharmacy to make sure that every patient feels that they can ask questions about their medicines. 
 
See the Me + My Medicines charter and campaign details here: http://meandmymedicines.org.uk/.