A copy of the presentation delivered during the Guild's roadshow in May 2021.
An A3 poster, promoting the SECURELY medical alarms offering.
A briefing to the incoming Minister of Health, Hon Andrew Little, submitted by the Guild in November 2020.
An article published in the Guild's monthly magazine Contact, promoting the offering and the Guild/SECURELY partnership.
A summary of the changes to the Privacy Act 2020 and what they mean for community pharmacy.
A step-by-step checklist on how to contain, assess, and report privacy breaches, and to prevent future breaches.
An SOP outlining the procedure for containing, assessing, and reporting privacy breaches, and for preventing future breaches.
An SOP detailing the responsibilities of the designated privacy officer in your pharmacy.
A brochure containing information on Pharmacy Sleep Services.
An article in the July 2020 edition of the Guild's monthly magazine Contact, with a background and details of the sleep service.
A summary of the key points of the Health and Disability System Review which are relevant to community pharmacy.
Guidance on how to complete the translated patient medication card templates.
A flyer for you to circulate, with quizzes patients can complete, facts about iron deficiency and anaemia, and space for your patients to record their appointment.
An example of a completed patient medication card in Māori.
A cover page to accompany each patient medication card with information for patients on how to manage their medications
An instructional sheet detailing simple steps for Capillary Hb Sampling.
An editable patient medication card in Arabic.
An editable patient medication card in Chinese.
An editable patient medication card in English.
An editable patient medication card in Japanese.
An editable patient medication card in Korean.
An editable patient medication card in Māori.
The professional support teams at the Guild, Society and Green Cross Health have collaboratively developed guidance to help members implement changes to help you operate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An editable patient medication card in Samoan.
An editable patient medication card in Thai.
A checklist outlining suggested process of offering the service.
An editable patient medication card in Tongan.
An A5 poster you can use to market the service locally.
A list of medicines, the prescriptions for which require the prescriber's signature and original prescription to be sent to the pharmacy under the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 1977 (29).
A presentation outlining all the equipment you need to offer the service, as well as the sampling procedure.
A document, collaboratively developed by the Guild, the Pharmaceutical Society and Green Cross Health, to remind pharmacies of all the key issues you need to consider as you progress between alert levels.
An image you can post to Facebook to promote the service.
A poster for you to display on your door, informing the public that you have a physical contact tracing register that they can fill in.
An A4 show card for you to download, on continuity of medicines supply, and managing the medicines supply chain.
A consent form for completion by both the patient and the service provider to initiate the service.
An A5 show card for you to download, on continuity of medicines supply, and managing the medicines supply chain.
A spreadsheet outlining costings and return on investment for the service.
Copies of all mass emails the Guild has sent to members regarding COVID-19.
An editable A3 poster telling customers not to enter your pharmacy if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, and to contact you if they need anything.
Suggested copy that you can post to social media to promote the service.
An editable A4 poster instructing your customers to stand at least 2 metres apart if waiting in your pharmacy.
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One set of each of the eight cards. 10 cards per set
A sign to display on the front entrance of your pharmacy, containing COVID-19 health and hygiene advice.