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Understanding abdominal pain, cramps and IBS

This short video explains the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and how it differs from abdominal cramps to help you recommend a suitable product for your customer’s needs.

Advising on back pain

This module highlights topical therapy options and 5 simple S.T.E.P.S. to help customers manage and prevent back pain

Managing dry eye and blepharitis

Discover the link between dry eye and blepharitis and learn how to help customers effectively manage these conditions.

Challenging your thinking about oral pain relief

This short module contains three videos that review evidence about OTC pain relief, to challenge your thinking when recommending products.

Women's Intimate Health Programme

This comprehensive training programme comprises of a range of learning resources to help the pharmacy team discuss women's intimate health with confidence.

Business Fit for the Future Programme

This training offers new insights into the customers of today and explores how you and your team can adapt your sales approach to engage with customers in order to grow your business.

Understanding the impact of dry skin conditions

Learn about the emotional impact of dry and eczema-prone skin, and confidently recommend products for skin treatment and maintenance.

Managing hay fever: meet your customers’ needs

This module will improve your hay fever knowledge, helping you to understand its impact on sufferers and recommend the right products to ease symptoms

FRONTLINE® – Tackling Fleas and Ticks

This NPA-accredited module will enable you to have confident conversations with customers, helping them manage fleas and ticks both on their pets and in the home.

Headache in the pharmacy

This short, interactive module explores the differences between tension and migraine-type headaches, and uses a rotating packshot to introduce Syndol, a combination pain relief option that is now back on the market 

Helping customers with joint pain

This video-based module introduces a topical NSAID gel that can help relieve joint pain and stiffness caused by osteoarthritis, and demonstrates how diclofenac works to target pain and inflammation in the body.

Relief from the nasal symptoms of allergy

With NHS England advising that OTC products should no longer be prescribed to treat mild-to-moderate hayfever, pharmacy’s role in supporting sufferers is more important than ever. This module includes self-care advice and product recommendations to aid customer conversations.

Cold and Flu: First stop, Pharmacy

Ensure your pharmacy is customers’ first stop for cold and flu advice by completing this module, which covers self-care tips and OTC product recommendations for multi-symptom relief

Winter Health Series

These practical, scenario-based modules are all about keeping customers healthy this winter. They will support you to advise customers on winter ailments and make appropriate product recommendations.

Supporting customers to stop smoking

This module looks into the range of NRT products available in the pharmacy, and your role in helping smokers who want to kick the habit.

Seven Seas JointCare Supplex & Turmeric

Keep your product knowledge up to date by learning about Seven Seas JointCare Supplex & Turmeric. Our interactive 3D pack highlights the key information you need to support your customer conversations.

Natural wellbeing and healthcare

This module provides an overview of how essential oils are used in aromatherapy products, to enable confident conversations 

Advising on malaria: Maloff Protect

This module helps you advise travellers on malaria, enabling you to recommend products available without prescription

Bladder weakness programme

This module is designed to help you make a difference to customers with bladder weakness and will equip you with the knowledge to give the very best advice.

Skincare Training for Pharmacy

Find out more about the role of the skin microbiome in healthy skin and how emollients like colloidal oatmeal can help.

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