The TURAS Vaccination Management Tool is a web-based tool for Healthcare staff in Scotland to record real-time patient vaccination data at the point of care. Includes information about the application, help, user guides, details of drop-in surgeries, and the offline form.

Recording Scotland's vaccination data
Vaccination Management tool

The purpose of the tool is to record patient vaccination information in real-time during the vaccination event. The benefits of this include:

  • supports the safe delivery of vaccines by providing a patient vaccination history
  • aids efficient and timely reporting on vaccination data 
  • local and national data analysis is easier for key stakeholders 
  • reduces the data administration burden after vaccination events
  • works on different devices making it portable and flexible

More about the design and development process

User guides and frequently asked questions (FAQs)
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The User Guide will help you understand all the tool's features and functions. There are also guides explaining how to set up vaccination clinics within care homes and GP clinics. In addition to the guides, we have listed answers to questions asked by our users multiple times across NHS Scotland boards.

View user guides and FAQs 

What's new

We want to keep you up to date on changes to Turas Vaccination Management. When we release improvements, new functionality and updates that affect your experience of using the tool we will let you know.

Find out what's new

WiFi or connection issues?
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You should capture vaccination events at the point of care. But if your clinic experiences WiFi or connection issues you can use a paper version of the patient vaccination record.

Note: We will update this paper form when related changes occur within the tool. Make sure you are using the most up to date version!

Go to offline forms

Related learning sites

Documentation and guidance on currently approved vaccinations

Main Turas Learn site on the COVID-19 response