VIP offers a suite of tools, assets and resources that have been carefully designed to provide you with the necessary support to develop a comprehensive travel health service that addresses the needs of travellers within your community.
If you are a pharmacist, nurse or GP you are eligible to register for VIP.
Yes, GPs can register for access using your GMC number.
Yes, you are able to register. However, due to your employment as part of a larger group, please inform your line manager / area manager/ Head Office team and ask them to contact us via email@example.com to preauthorise your company.
If you close your travel health service for any reason, we would simply ask that you inform us so that your details can be removed from the Beware of the Bugs clinic finder tool, if added.
Yes, you do still need to register. Your existing account is for the purchase of Valneva UK Limited products only. This account is kept separately from your VIP programme account.
You will, however, be asked to input your Valneva account number when registering for future reference.
There is no cost to register for VIP and enjoy access to the neva Online Travel Health Training, our disease area materials and other assets.
Should you wish to purchase any of the printed clinic support materials available through the VIP website, the price will be dependent on the type and quantity of materials required.
If your clinic offers all travel health vaccines, (for a list of travel vaccinations see the NHS website) there is no cost to submit your travel health service for inclusion in the clinic finder tool.
In order to ensure that travellers to all destinations are adequately protected, we can only add clinics that offer all travel health vaccinations, excluding Yellow Fever.
There is no annual subscription fee to remain in VIP.
Yes, but only clinic support, Point of Sale and disease awareness materials. Should you wish to purchase Valneva vaccines or other products, you can do so by setting up an account on the Valneva UK Limited website.
There are no mandatory parts of VIP although we would highly recommend you take the opportunity to benefit from the full VIP programme package.
There are no mandatory parts of VIP. However, to ensure you remain up-to-date on the latest travel health information, we would highly recommend completing the neva Online Travel Health Training even if you have completed similar training elsewhere.
No, there is no commercial commitment to Valneva UK Limited as a result of registering for VIP.
Upon registering for VIP, you will be able to access the Beware of the Bugs Clinic Finder tool submission form via a link on your dashboard.
There are no mandatory parts of VIP. However, to ensure you remain up-to-date on the latest travel health information, we would highly recommend you review the neva Online Travel Health Training on a regular basis.
Yes. neva Online Travel Health Training is CPD certified and accredited by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. It should take approximately 4 hours to complete.
While the VIP Programme itself is not currently certified or endorsed by an industry governing body, the neva Online Travel Health Training is accredited by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and CPD certified.
Neva Online Travel Health Training provides you with the disease awareness knowledge and risk assessments etc. Once completed you will need to have attended a practical training session which covers National Immunisation Standards covering injection technique, basic life support (BLS) and how to manage/treat potential anaphylaxis within the last 3 years.
Also, you will need to look at the mechanism for delivering your travel service. For example, PGDs, electronic consultation tools or by being an independent prescriber
Setting up my clinic
The neva Online Travel Health Training can take as little as 4 hours to complete.
Once signed up to VIP there is supporting guidance and checklists to guide you through setting up an operationally and clinically safe travel health clinic.
If you have already completed practical training and sourced your PGD provider and have your consultation room set up and you feel competent then you can start immediately.
You will need to ensure you have attended a practical training session which covers National Immunisation Standards covering injection technique, basic life support (BLS) and how to manage/treat potential anaphylaxis within the last 3 years.
You will also need to undertake any additional training required by your PGD provider.
If you are not an independent prescriber then, yes, you will need to operate under PGDs.