All the relevant documents to the EHC service are below
The following Clinic’s open poster – Sexual Health advertises Cumbria Sexual Health Services and their current situation with regards to appointments. Please can you brief your team and also display the poster.
If you need any Chlamydia postal kits for your pharmacy please email email@example.com and he will get some delivered to you ASAP
EHC service Specification Commences from 1st Oct 2018
- Pharmacy Referral Letter EHC
- Emergency Hormonal Contraception Update March 2018
- Levonorgestrel PGD Exp- 2021
- Pharmacy Ulipristal PGD Exp 2021 rev Nov18 UPA vs2
- EHC decision tree 221018 v2
- Levonelle PIL
- EHC Counselling notes
- Consent for supply of levonorgestrel
- EHC Levonorgestrel
- Pharmacy Patient Assessment Form FINAL
- Sexual Health Service Clinics across Cumbria
Aug 19 – We are aware that product supplies are an issue at the moment so please can you either contact another local pharmacy on behalf of the patient if you are unable to deliver the service. Please enquiry if they are able to delivering the service and if so have products available. If they do not, please signpost to the local sexual health clinic.
Chlamydia screening packs can now be ordered by using the following email David Morris – David.Morris@ncic.nhs.uk. This address will be checked every week day by the sexual health team and they will endeavour to deliver packs as soon as possible. This email can also be used if you have a query. As a requirement for the EHC service chlamydia screening kits need to be offered.
Please ensure that your kits are in date by checking the expiry dates.
If your kits are out of date please email David Morris – David.Morris@ncic.nhs.uk to order replacements.
Training, assessment, accreditation and competency
It is the responsibility of the pharmacy contractor to make sure that all staff providing this service are appropriately trained and competent to do so. The commissioner may request evidence that this is the case.
All pharmacists providing this service should have completed the CPPE Declaration of Competence in Emergency Hormonal Contraception. Pharmacists should be able to provide evidence of training and Continuous Personal Development undertaken, if requested.
The pharmacist should sign approved Patient Group Directions (PGDs) for the supply/administration of emergency hormonal contraception by a community pharmacist from a community pharmacy and agree to work in accordance with the
PGDs. Please ensure you refer to the service specification.
Community Pharmacy Cumbria runs regular face to face training and they will be advertised on Eventbrite and News Brief.
EHC presentation from Debbie Glover, Clinical Team Lead – Sexual Health South Cumbria