The patient support area of the website is intended to provide you, as a healthcare professional a range of electronic support materials that can be downloaded or printed for you to share with your patients.
This short patient video is designed to encourage the under 25 age group to make an informed decision about their chosen method of contraception and choosing a method that best suits their lifestyle. It highlights a digital contraceptive counselling tool, which allows your patients to explore their options. This video is presented by one of the UK’s leading contraception experts, Dr Diana Mansour consultant community gynaecologist, Newcastle upon Tyne. You can downloaded for use in your local practice, university or service website for your students to view.
The Digital Contraceptive Counselling tool programme offers women information on all contraceptive methods. The information comes in the form of an interactive video which can be viewed on a mobile device. To find out more information on the tool please visit our Counselling patients page.
Is the pill the right contraceptive for you? Encourages women to consider long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods. The leaflet also directs women to www.contraception.co.uk to explore all of the options available to them.
Introduce HMB to your patients with the HMB quiz on myheavyperiods.co.uk. The short quiz aims to help women see if they fall into the heavy bleeding category and, if so, what help they can expect from their GP.
myheavyperiods.co.uk is a website designed for women to understand more about heavy menstrual bleeding – what it is, what causes it and how their healthcare team can help to manage it.
Direct your patients here to research accurate information in confidence.
Reporting adverse events and quality complaints
Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. Adverse events should also be reported to Bayer plc.
If you want to report an adverse event or quality complaint, reports can be directed to: Tel: 01182063500 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information is available on the “contact” tab at www.bayer.co.uk.