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Stop Smoking Medication Voucher: Terms and Conditions

Introduction

  • These terms and conditions apply to the voucher project being undertaken in the Betsi Cadwallader University Health Board and Aneurin Bevan University Health board as part of Help Me Quit local promotional activity.
  • The voucher project aims to encourage smokers who are motivated to stop smoking to quit via NHS stop smoking services.
  • The voucher is an exchange for free stop smoking medication and motivational support from a community pharmacist.
  • We recommend that you print and/or save a copy of these terms and conditions for future reference.

Eligibility Criteria

North Wales

Participants must be:

  • Aged 18 years or over at the time of participation.
  • Invited by their GP practice via a letter

 

Gwent

  • Aged 16 years or over at the time of participation
  • Invited by their GP practice via a letter

 

Using the Voucher

  • The voucher cannot be refunded or exchanged for cash or any other voucher.
  • The voucher can only be used in exchange for licensed stop smoking medication in participating pharmacies.
  • Vouchers cannot be sold to any third parties.
  • Vouchers cannot be given to anyone other than the intended recipient.

Further Information

  • Licensed stop smoking medication includes nicotine replacement therapies and licensed prescription medications.
  • Nicotine replacement therapies (NRT) are licensed for use from the age of 12; smokers looking to quit smoking and wish to use nicotine replacement should seek advice from a Help Me Quit stop smoking expert or a pharmacist.
  • Free nicotine replacement therapy is funded by NHS Wales and only available as part of a structured quit attempt including motivational support.
  • Prescription only medications such as Varenicline and Bupropion are licensed for use from the age of 18, but are subject to health conditions and often require a consultation with a healthcare professional such as your GP. You can speak to a Help Me Quit stop smoking expert for more information or your pharmacist.
  • You can contact Help Me Quit for more information by:

Calling: 0800 085 2219

Visiting: www.helpmequit.wales

  • F.A.O Pharmacy: The smoking cessation support and NRT can only be supplied by pharmacies providing the Level 3 smoking cessation service. Please retain this voucher in the pharmacy. If you do not provide this service please signpost accordingly.
Stop Smoking Medication Voucher: Terms and Conditions

 

Introduction
  • These terms and conditions apply to the voucher project being undertaken in the Betsi Cadwallader University Health Board and Aneurin Bevan University Health board as part of Help Me Quit local promotional activity.
  • The voucher project aims to encourage smokers who are motivated to stop smoking to quit via NHS stop smoking services.
  • The voucher is an exchange for free stop smoking medication and motivational support from a community pharmacist.
  • We recommend that you print and/or save a copy of these terms and conditions for future reference.

 

Eligibility Criteria

North Wales
Participants must be:
  • Aged 18 years or over at the time of participation.
  • Invited by their GP practice via a letter
Gwent
  • Aged 16 years or over at the time of participation
  • Invited by their GP practice via a letter


Using the Voucher
  • The voucher cannot be refunded or exchanged for cash or any other voucher.
  • The voucher can only be used in exchange for licensed stop smoking medication in participating pharmacies.
  • Vouchers cannot be sold to any third parties.
  • Vouchers cannot be given to anyone other than the intended recipient.


Further Information
  • Licensed stop smoking medication includes nicotine replacement therapies and licensed prescription medications.
  • Nicotine replacement therapies (NRT) are licensed for use from the age of 12; smokers looking to quit smoking and wish to use nicotine replacement should seek advice from a Help Me Quit stop smoking expert or a pharmacist.
  • Free nicotine replacement therapy is funded by NHS Wales and only available as part of a structured quit attempt including motivational support.
  • Prescription only medications such as Varenicline and Bupropion are licensed for use from the age of 18, but are subject to health conditions and often require a consultation with a healthcare professional such as your GP. You can speak to a Help Me Quit stop smoking expert for more information or your pharmacist.
  • You can contact Help Me Quit for more information by:

Calling: 0800 085 2219

Visiting: www.helpmequit.wales

  • F.A.O Pharmacy: The smoking cessation support and NRT can only be supplied by pharmacies providing the Level 3 smoking cessation service. Please retain this voucher in the pharmacy. If you do not provide this service please signpost accordingly.