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UTI Extended Care Service - Midlands

Boots Update: UTI Extended Care Service - Midlands

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Written by Stevie McIntyre
Updated over a week ago

Please see the attached documents regarding the UTI Extended care service which will be taking place from 21st June 2021 in the Midlands. The following list of stores will be providing this service and we would expect any locums being booked to work in these stores to have taken the appropriate steps below to deliver the service:

Pharmacists will need to have read and understood the service specification and PGD, and complete the below CPPE:

  • The pharmacist will download their personalised Minor Ailments DoC (interactive PDF document). Section 1 of the DoC will automatically contain details of all CPPE training and assessments they have undertaken and which are relevant to this service.

The requirements are;

  • That you have worked through the NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries on simple UTIs.

  • You must have satisfactorily completed the Public Health England (PHE) AntimicrobialStewardship for Community Pharmacy e-learning and e-assessment and are registered as an antibiotic guardian.

  • You must ensure that they have the correct clinical knowledge to provide the service and are familiar with NICE guidance on treating simple UTIs.

  • The requirements of the Agreement are understood and the PGD associated with the service is signed.

In order to record the consultations on PharmOutcomes, you must complete a pharmacist enrolment form within the UTI module. You must give the CPPE system permission to allowPharmOutcomes to access their CPPE record in order to confirm completion of the DoC for this service.

If this was not done while on the CPPE website a link within the PharmOutcomes pharmacist enrolment module will take the pharmacist to the relevant part of the CPPE website.

The relevant SOP and attached documents are available for locums to view on the Boots website.

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