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    PharmaDoctor eTool Service

    PharmaDoctor eTool Service


A free acne clinical service package with integrated PGD and marketing support created specifically for pharmacies.


Included in this package:

  1. FREE Acne eTool©
    • checkThe PharmaDoctor Acne eTool© is an online platform designed to lead you through a step-by-step consultation for patients with persistent acne.

  2. FREE Acne PGD*
    • checkAuthorising you to privately dispense clindamycin and tretinoin gel (Treclin®) to patients. The PharmaDoctor PGD is integrated within the Acne eTool©.

  3. FREE Marketing Support
    • checkNational multi-channel digital marketing campaign to help promote your service to acne sufferers and drive footfall to your service via your Acne eTool©.

All our PGD service packages come with free access to our
9-5 Monday to Friday clinical support and medical information line.


Why this service

An increasing number of pharmacies are now offering a Skin Care Clinic to expand their range of clinical services offered to customers.

Acne is a common skin condition that affects most people at some point in their lives and can have a detrimental impact on self-confidence and body image.

PharmaDoctor’s Acne eTool© Package supports pharmacists to offer a comprehensive consultation service to patients presenting with acne, then authorises them to dispense clindamycin and tretinoin gel where appropriate.

Acne service

PATIENT BENEFITS

  • checkAccess to treatment without a GP appointment
  • checkSimple walk-in pharmacy service
  • checkA solution without the wait

PHARMACY BENEFITS

  • checkNew clinical service can be an extra new source of income
  • checkClinically robust support
  • checkQuick and easy to implement


*This eTool© Package and its supporting literature have been funded by Mylan UK. Mylan UK has had no input to the content. The eTool package is the responsibility of PharmaDoctor.


Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. Adverse events should also be reported to the relevant pharmaceutical company.

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