In order to offer a flu vaccination program funded from a community pharmacy, the pharmacy must have a contract signed with its respective Regional Health Office (DHB). If you would like more information about this, please send an email to the Ministry of Health support team [email protected]. After vaccinating your child A post-vaccination information brochure for arents and caregivers, code HE1504 Vaccination certificate A stand-alone form that recreates the vaccination certificate in the Well Child Book, completed at the age of 15 months and 4 years, code HE7013 Do I need to inform a patient`s family doctor that I have administered the flu vaccine? Who can I contact for more information about ImmuniseNow or a username? A new service plan has been developed for the pharmacy contract, which outlines performance specifications and eligible groups. Each DHB will do this individually, depending on the needs of its population. If you have any questions about the expiry of the contract, please contact your DHB Pharmacy Portfolio Manager. Yes. Please use the same registration information to register for ImmuniseNow. Enter this username on the AUA form for each pharmacy you work for. Once you have been authorized by the Ministry of Health`s support team, you can access ImmuniseNow and record the vaccinations you have administered to immunisenow.moh.health.nz/nir/. You should take into account the organization of your “vaccination room”. To enable a conversation that allows for “informed” consent, you must have at least two chairs. This conversation while the client and/or you are standing is not good practice.
This implies that you are in a hurry and are not comfortable for many people. Community pharmacies that offer or offer immunization services are responsible for meeting all requirements set out in the standards (including appropriate equipment, surveillance, registration, policies and procedures) set out in the National Standards for vaccine storage and transportation for vaccine suppliers 2017 (2nd edition). The National Immunization Programme Cold Chain Management website contains links to the current national standards for vaccine storage and transport for immunization providers 2017 (2nd Edition) and other documents and forms needed for temperature control and cold chain compliance. For more information on the cold chain, visit our cold chain page. Pharmacists may administer the Tdap vaccine to pregnant women 13 years of age and older (unfunded, unless the pharmacist is at Waikato DHB) and to non-pregnant men and women 18 years of age and older. The authorized Tdap vaccines are Adacel and Boostrix. For more information, see Chapter 14 Pertussis (pertussis) in the current vaccination manual. The Vaccination Counselling Centre provides community pharmacies with an annual “flu kit” containing all the information needed for the year`s flu vaccination campaign. In addition, two websites provide information on influenza: pharmacists who have completed theoretical and clinical assessments must inform the Pharmaceutical Company (PSNZ).
No copy of the vaccination or resuscitation certificate is required. Emails should be sent to [email protected] and must contain Pharmacist Vaccinator in the subject. It is enough to send an e-mail with the following information: It is desirable that with the agreement of a pregnant woman, you have informed your midwife that you have administered a flu vaccine to your patient or that you give the woman a copy of the vaccination notice form to keep her maternity notes and show her midwife. This page offers communal pharmacists a one-stop shop for the information they need to set up and maintain a vaccination service. Pharmacists-impfer are required to carry out vaccination training and clinical evaluation in accordance with the same standards as authorised impfers. . . .