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OTC modules

The common cold

On average, adults experience two or three colds a year, and children double that, so it is likely pharmacy teams will regularly be asked for advice.

Dry skin and eczema

Atopic eczema cannot be cured, but there are ways in which people can keep their problematic skin under control.

Head lice

Pharmacy teams can help customers feel confident in controlling this common parasite with top tips and recommendations. 

Eye care

Discover how pharmacy teams can support customers with advice and recommendations for eye conditions.

Ear care

This module will help pharmacy assistants give customers sound advice on how they can care for their ears.

Bladder weakness

Bladder weakness affects millions of people in the UK, but even though it is so common, it is a sensitive subject for many.

Oral care

Maintaining a good oral care routine has multiple benefits and pharmacy teams can be on hand to advise customers.

Hayfever

It's hayfever season and while it isn’t curable, pharmacy teams can ensure customers are prepared to deal with the symptoms.

Muscle and joint pain

With sports injuries resulting in muscle and joint pain, prevention is often key and pharmacy teams can help.

Women’s intimate health

Pharmacy teams can provide reassuring and non-judgmental advice to ensure that women stay healthy and look after all aspects of their health.

Smoking cessation

It’s 2020 and it’s time to quit smoking. Pharmacy teams can offer customers advice and support for a healthier smoke-free new year.

Headache and migraine

Headaches can affect everyone from time to time but pharmacy staff need to know which types may need more careful consideration.

The common cold

On average, adults experience two or three colds a year, so it's important that pharmacy staff know how to advise customers.

Upper gastrointestinal health

Now take a look at the upper gastrointestinal tract and understand the different issues that it can be affected by.

Erectile dysfunction

Many men experience erectile dysfunction, pharmacy teams can help with lifestyle interventions or licensed medicines.

Lower gastrointestinal health

The gastrointestinal tract is suceptible to a variety of conditions, pharmacy teams can be on hand to support customers suffering.

Children's pain and fever

Pain and fever can cause much distress in children, pharmacy teams can be there to provide reassurance and expert advice.

Travel health

More people are travelling abroad each year, pharmacy staff can provide advice on issues people may encounter while they are away.

Hayfever

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

Managing dry skin and eczema

Some 15 million people in the UK have eczema, pharmacy teams provide advice to help manage this common skin condition.

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