Guild Learning & Development – Infant Tummy Troubles

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End the crying game


The use of questioning protocols is vital if you are to feel confident when helping parents dealing with common conditions such as infant colic, wind and reflux.


Pharmacy assistants can play an important role in providing support and encouragement to parent whose baby is suffering from wind, colic or reflux, as well as identifying with parents who should be referred to the pharmacist for other treatment options.


in an exciting partnership between the Guild Learning and Development and PS, update your skills by taking part in our series of ‘snapshots’ from accredited units from the community pharmacy qualifications.


Simply read the lesson below and then answer six multiple choice questions and receive a Certificate of Completion which you can print!


THE PHARMACY GUILD OF AUSTRALIA IS A REGISTERED TRAINING ORGANISATION (0452)


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