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Hayfever

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Hayfever

By providing customers with advice on managing hayfever, pharmacy teams can help make the summer enjoyable.

Food for thought

Food allergies are on the rise, but food allergen labelling remains inadequate, so what should pharmacy teams look out for?

Blowing in the wind: Hayfever management

In most cases hayfever can be managed successfully in community pharmacy through self-management advice and by offering appropriate treatments

The management of allergic rhinitis

This CPD module provides an overview of allergic rhinitis and considers its causes, symptoms and management options.

Managing hay fever: meet your customers’ needs

This module will improve your hay fever knowledge, helping you to understand its impact on sufferers and recommend the right products to ease symptoms

Managing allergic rhinitis

This module will help you to understand symptoms, management options and any possible complications

Train your team: Hayfever

This Train Your Team checklist provides information to run a training session on that seasonal scourge, hayfever

Hayfever

This Professional Assistant: Learn and Advise module is about relieving hayfever symptoms and advising solutions. 

A chain reaction

With the prevalence of allergies only set to rise, there is a great opportunity for pharmacy teams to help sufferers by offering treatments, self care tips and prevention advice.

Hayfever: Blowin' in the wind

There is strong evidence to show that hayfever can have a serious and substantial impact on a sufferer’s quality of life

Allergies and hayfever

This team training module focuses on allergies.

Allergy alert!

As the prime pollen season begins, you can expect an influx of enquiries about allergic conditions and how to recognise, treat and prevent them.

Something in the air

What can pharmacy do to help the ever increasing incidence of hayfever and allergy in the UK?



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