Therapies that are more difficult for the patient to apply, such as injection therapies, require professional support and guidance at the beginning of therapy. Training on handling the syringe or an injector/pen is essential to give patients the best possible start to their new therapy. This ensures that the medication is used correctly and that people feel more confident about using the injection.
Our Nurse Service accompanies patients at home as they deal with a new medication, it discusses side effect management and any necessary lifestyle adjustments, thereby ensuring a good start for the patient to their therapy.
Patients can then build on their knowledge of how to correctly handle their medication. Through individual training, patients are relieved of any uncertainty they may be experiencing. This increases patient satisfaction and adherence.
On request, our medical staff will remain in place as the point of contact for your patients after the initial training period, and will help if there are any questions or difficulties.
The entire training process is carefully documented by us. In accordance with your pharmacovigilance requirements, we report all relevant information without delay. The regular training of our specialist staff ensures a high and uniform level of training.
Benefit from the Mobile Nurse Service and support your patients with therapy in their homes.
- Follow-up training for patients in the event of difficulties
- Provision of a validated database for documentation
- Telephone support for your patients
- Satisfaction surveys