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Sore throats and antibiotic resistance

This module will help you to understand and educate customers about the risks of antibiotic resistance, and recommend products to help them effectively manage their sore throat symptoms.  

OTC Omeprazole tablets 20mg: an opportunity for pharmacy

This module highlights a new opportunity to treat heartburn and reflux in the pharmacy with Omeprazole 20mg, which is newly available for customers to purchase OTC.

This module will help the pharmacy team to understand erectile dysfunction and its causes, and supply Viagra Connect to male customers affected by it, where appropriate

Pain conversations - making effective recommendations

Explore our detailed case studies to help understand how to advise customers on different causes of pain.

Skincare training for pharmacy

Delve into dry skin management and understand how you can make a difference to customers looking for advice, support and product recommendations to help manage their compromised skin.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Bladder weakness programme: Understanding pharmacy’s role

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.

Recommending vitamin D to your customers

This module highlights new government guidelines on the intake of vitamin D and the fantastic opportunity this creates for pharmacy.

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