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Cpd Modules

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Advising customers of a unique formulation for a blocked and runny nose from colds

Understand the differences between topical medication for nasal symptoms of the common cold, and topical medication for ongoing nasal problems

Challenge your thinking on warts and verrucas

Discover different treatment options for warts and verruas and when to recommend them to your customers, based on their individual needs

How to advise on head lice​

Despite them being so common, many people still don't know how to get rid of head lice. This training will arm you with the facts so that you can help customers choose the best treatments and answer their questions with confidence.

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.

The management of epilepsy

This module will provide an overview of the management of epilepsy including drug treatments and best practice advice on improving health outcomes.

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.

The management of Parkinson’s disease

After reading this module you should recognise the signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease, and understand the treatment pathways

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.

Bayer Business 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.

Blood pressure management

This module provides an overview of hypertension screening and management including drug treatments and self-help advice through lifestyle interventions

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

Managing allergic rhinitis

This module will help you to understand symptoms, management options and any possible complications

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.

Multiple sclerosis: an overview

This module is about multiple sclerosis and identifying the symptoms.

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.

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