LPC face-to-face events are cancelled until further notice. Here is CPPEs current offering of online and web-based workshops
Tuesday, 28 July, 2020
All information supplied by CPPE. Please contact CPPE for more information or to discuss.
Urgent care: the role of the community pharmacy and the NHS CPCS scheme e-learning
This e-learning programme contains information to support you to deliver the NHS CPCS to a high standard and how to integrate your team to support urgent care.
It provides facts about the referral process between NHS 111 and the NHS CPCS. It also supports community pharmacists and their teams to ensure people have a positive journey through the system when they need an urgent supply of a medicine, or support in managing a low-acuity (minor) illness. Read more
Live online workshops | COPD focal point workshop
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic we are developing some of our events to be delivered as live online workshops:
- Pilot completed
- Available to book soon
- Other events are also being repurposed and will be available soon
COVID-19 gateway page and a learning and resources hub
This gateway page brings together key information from national bodies such as the NHS, PHE, PSNC and RPS. Find out more
The COVID-19 learning resources hub offers a collection of resources for a variety of situations that a pharmacy professional may find themselves in, for example returning to pharmacy practice or seeking support or advice on resilience. Find out more
Practical top tips and links to resources to help support resilience
This page explores stress, what you can do to manage your response to stressful situations and build your personal resilience, as well as signposting to a number of resources, which may be of use in caring for yourself at this time. Find out more
Guide to returning to pharmacy practice
The aim of this guide is to support pharmacy professionals in returning to community pharmacy after a gap in professional practice.
We recognise that some pharmacy professionals who are returning to practice via the temporary register, or otherwise, may need to complete some continuing professional development to feel confident in their role and this will be different for each individual.
We have included a self-assessment framework to help identify personal learning needs and topic areas to meet those.
The ACPT programme continues to be available to pharmacy technicians in England who are registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC). The programme is funded by Health Education England.
Tanya Gray – Kent, Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel King – East Sussex, Rachel.email@example.com
Ashleigh Bradley – Brighton, Ashleigh.Bradley@cppe.ac.uk
Clair Josephs – W Sussex and Surrey, Clair.Josephs@cppe.ac.uk
Regional manager – Sarah Ridgway-Green, firstname.lastname@example.org