The authorized MR vaccines are M-M-R II (the current brand is sent to community pharmacies) and Le Priorix. For more information, see IMAC` information sheet, MMR immunization: Key Messages and Chapters 11 (Rougeole), 13 (Mumps) and 18 (Rubella) in the current vaccination manual. Community pharmacies that offer or plan to offer immunization services are responsible for meeting all requirements within the framework of the standards (including appropriate equipment, monitoring, registration and procedures) set out in the national standards for the storage and transport of vaccines and immunization providers 2017 (second edition). The MoH Cold Chain Management chain management website is linked to current national standards for vaccine storage and transport for immunization suppliers 2017 (2nd edition) and other documents and forms needed to monitor temperature and respect cold chains. You can also find more information about the cold chain on our cold chain page. Once their vaccine update course is complete, pharmacists should advise the NSP on initial training (see above). Talk to the Ministry of Health team about ImmuniseNow or a username and login: it is desirable that, with the consent of a pregnant woman, you have informed your midwife that you have administered a flu shot to your patient or that you are giving her a copy of the vaccination notification form to keep her at her maternity notes and show her midwife. If the health, safety and well-being of the public protects by ensuring that pharmacists are competent and practical before setting up a vaccination service, the pharmacist must ensure that he has a space to administer vaccines and a safe way to ensure patient confidentiality and confidentiality. You should also think about where your client will wait 20 minutes after immunization. They should always be within sight.
Do you have a certain waiting area or are you going to search the pharmacy? Your vaccination coordinator is happy to advise you. Who can I contact for more information about ImmuniseNow or a username? In 2019, measles, mumps and rubella containing vaccines were reclassified into the Drug Act 1981, in accordance with Law s106, to allow for reclassification by ministerial notification for pharmacists and trainees meeting the requirements. Not all pharmacies will offer MMR vaccines and will be based on plans and contracts for DHB against measles. Immunization data is collected through the NIR, but pharmacies may sometimes be invited to participate in audits such as POs. B, DHB or pharmacy organizations or research projects, for example by IMAC. You can also opt for your own audits within the pharmacy or pharmacy group. Initially, influenza vaccines were only delivered by community pharmacists to the public who had purchased the vaccine. Since April 1, 2017, pharmacists have provided vaccines for people aged 65 and over and pregnant women as part of the flu control program.