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    Free acne eTool service package

    Free acne eTool service package

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

Included in this package:

  1. FREE Flu eTool©
    • checkThe PharmaDoctor Flu eTool© is an online platform designed to lead you through a step-by-step consultation for customers requesting a flu jab.

  2. FREE 2019/20 season Flu PGD
    • checkAuthorising you to administer any flu vaccine appropriate for your customer (the PharmaDoctor PGD is integrated within the Flu eTool©). Included in this package:
      1. Fluenz Tetra nasal spray
      2. Fluarix Tetra
      3. Quadrivalent Influenza vaccine
      4. Quadrivalent Influvac sub-unit Tetra
      5. Quadrivalent Influenza vaccine Tetra MYL
      6. Flucelvax® Tetra
      7. Fluad©
      8. Trivalent Influenza Vaccine, High-Dose

  3. FREE Marketing Support
    • checkNational multi-channel digital marketing campaign to help promote your flu service and drive footfall to your service via your Flu 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

With multiple flu vaccine brands now recommended for different patient groups the long-established pharmacy flu jab service has become increasingly complex over the past couple of years. Pharmacists now need to stock multiple flu vaccine brands, then decide which is the most appropriate to administer for each patient using their service.

The PharmaDoctor Flu eTool Package provides the ideal solution to these challenges – no confusion over vaccine selection, resulting in a 100% accurate recommendation every time. The Flu eTool supports pharmacists to carry out quick, easy and clinically robust flu jab service consultations for both NHS and private patients, then recommends the most appropriate flu vaccine brands for each patient. The PharmaDoctor PGD (integrated within the eTool) covering all vaccine brands provides pharmacists with the necessary medical-legal authorisation to administer the correct flu jab to each patient.

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.


Free acne eTool service package

Free acne eTool service package