Ga Vaccine Protocol Agreement

(9) Ask the pharmacist or nurse to administer the vaccine to a patient in a private room, visual protection area or other indoor area where the patient`s privacy can be preserved. Under no circumstances shall a pharmacist or nurse administer a vaccine to a patient in a manner designed in such a way that the patient can be served while remaining in his or her personal vehicle. This paragraph shall not apply to mass vaccinations in the event of a public health emergency or for training purposes, where large groups of persons are vaccinated in one or more locations in a short period of time; The consent of the child`s parents or legal guardians is a condition precedent for the administration of a vaccine to a child under the age of 18. (1) `administration` means the supply of a single dose of vaccine by a pharmacist or nurse in accordance with an imfanation regulation set out in a vaccination protocol concluded with a doctor. (4) One meningitis vaccine for every child under 18 years of age. 3. All vaccines containing a live attenuated virus for a child under 13 years of age; or (7) Ask the pharmacist or nurse or his/her employer to keep documentation of each dose of vaccine administered. These documents include, but are not limited to: (13) providing for a prioritisation of vaccine recipients in the event of a restriction in the supply of vaccine; (2) Generally publish an authorized standard protocol template that can be used as a vaccination protocol and provide this template on the board`s website. (e) A pharmacist who is a party to a vaccination protocol in accordance with this Division of the Code may not delegate the administration of a vaccine to a person other than a pharmacy trainee under the direct control of the pharmacist, whether or not such a person is under the control of the pharmacist. Here you will also find model protocol agreements and sworn insurance: (C) the pharmacist or health professional has a copy of the vaccination protocol agreement and undertakes to meet its requirements; and (2) contain a provision for immediate consultation between the pharmacist or health professional and the physician. .