So volunteers can be trained by St Johns Ambulance to be able to give corona virus vaccines.
Obviously they may of not worked in a Hospital setting or a care setting in the past.
All Applications will require an enhanced DBS disclosure.
They should go through all the training with regards to infection control.the storage of the corona virus vaccine and ways to prevent a needle stick or sharps injury and everything with regards to the administration of a intra muscular injection in the arm.
Nurses that give vaccines are registered with the NMC DRs and GPs are registered with the GMC.
Paramedics are registered with the HCPC the same as physiotherapists.
Yes all the professionals are registered with their Governing bodies mentioned as above.
Everybody should be able to complain about poor practice .
And every company and other organisations have a complaint procedure.
There is going to be no liability with reference to vaccine injuries.via the person that gives the vaccine.
If you notice that the vaccine giver is not following the correct procedure who do you complain today if the giver will not accept any liability ?
With a nurse you could complain to the NMC with regards to poor practice.
The same goes with regards to physiotherapists with the HCPC and Paramedics with the HCPC.
But who are volunteers registered with they have no Governing body.
All they have is a certificate of training given by St Johns Ambulance.
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