‘Above all, ~ 35 percent of people who were vaccinated reported that they would not have a vaccination if it had not been done in the pharmacy.To be held in Melbourne October 28 to 31 this year, delegates to the PAC10 can collect up to 35 credits of continuing professional education during the conference.
Dr. Jackson said a qualitative analysis of Phase One has indicated that the key to its effectiveness has been the ease of access.
Antibodies in the blood of monkeys immunized with HIV-1 envelope trimer neutralized a wide range of HIV-1 strains that antibodies in the blood of humans immunized with an HIV-1 envelope monomer during the phase III clinical trial VAX04.
‘It is emphasized that immunization programs in pharmacies are able to capture individuals who may have a vaccination certificate issued by another supplier. As the pharmacy starts the construction of a new legislative framework, it is appropriate to reflect on the performance and implications the new Law on Code of Professional Ethics. ‘
After a successful trial in Tasmania, Dr Shane Jackson will give a presentation on vaccination in pharmacies as part of professional practice: new professional services into the flow of drugs competing with CAP 10.
‘Feedback from patients has shown that, apart from the ease of access, free service, no appointment and no waiting time were important factors for vaccines in the pharmacy,’ he said.
Pharmacists have an important role in providing primary care also has information about vaccines and the identification of patients who should receive appropriate vaccinations.