Postscript Training


 

RELIEF FROM STRONG PAIN WITH NUROMOL®

From 1 February 2018, the scheduling of some Pharmacist-Only (S3) pain medications will be changing. Customers who normally use these medications may require assistance in selecting an alternative treatment. In this module you’ll discover how Nuromol®, an effective over-the-counter combination pain reliever can help patients manage their moderate to severe acute pain with just one […]
Read more

How Sunscreen Smart Are You?

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancers in the world and 95% of these cancers are actually preventable. Most Australians (85%) do not use enough sunscreen, and are not getting the protection they need. Furthermore, only 32% of people reapply sunscreen every 2 hours.   With summer just around the corner, it […]
Read more

PS Professional Training – Understanding Clinical Interventions

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia defines a clinical intervention (CI) as a professional activity undertaken by a registered pharmacist directed towards improving quality use of medicines and resulting in a recommendation for a change in the patient’s medication therapy, means of administration or medication‑taking behaviour. Understanding how clinical interventions can fit in with your pharmacy’s […]
Read more

PS Professional Training – Understanding Hayfever

Hayfever is often confused with the common cold, so it is important that you know the difference and ways to help customers manage hayfever effectively. The common name of hayfever is allergic rhinitis. 'Allergic' derives from allergy, and 'rhinitis' means inflammation of the nose. Therefore allergic rhinitis, put simply, is an inflammatory condition of the […]
Read more

Canesten® Cool Cream Gel Training

Test Your Knowledge Read the information in the training module below, then complete the short quiz to test your knowledge of intimate discomfort and Canesten® Cool Cream Gel. If you answer all questions correctly, you will then be able to print out your own certificate of completion to display in your pharmacy.This content is restricted, […]
Read more

PS Professional Training – Understanding Pain

Understanding pain It is important that pharmacy assistants have a good  understanding of pain and analgesics, especially is an area staff will get asked about frequently. Pain is our built in alarm system, making us aware that something might not be right in our body and has different causes. Therefore, dealing with pain is essential […]
Read more