Healthy Living Pharmacies (HLP) across ESCC

Key support documents for you to complete your HLP Level 1 Portfolio for the Quality Payment Scheme.

An overview of how to achieve this quality criterion can be found in PSNC Briefing 052/18: Quality Payments – How to achieve the Healthy Living Pharmacy quality criterion (October 2018). Further information is also available on the HLP page on the PSNC website.

Some pharmacies/multiples will arrange for this to be done centrally, please to liaise with company managers/head office to find out the company procedure for your pharmacy.

Please find below resources to support community pharmacies in the East Sussex County Council area to build an HLP Level 1 Portfolio.

2017_03 HLP intro event Uckfield

2017_03 HLP GrahamEvans

CPPE HLP Resources 2017

Health Champion & Leadership presentation- HLP EVENING Uckfield

SSS Healthy Living Pharmacies Event March 17 (3)

Resources to support HLP level 1- amended March 2017


LOCAL SUPPORT FOR PATIENTS AND CARERS IN ESCC AREA – from marketplace attendees at LPC Pharmacy Wellbeing Hub event

HLP-Self-Assessment-Tool This can be used to record the one piece of evidence you need for each item on the checklist.  You do not need to record anything next to the RPS text – this is for guidance only.

HLP-Level-1-checklist -This is a simple checklist for you to make sure your portfolio is complete.  You can use the same piece of evidence for more than one items on the list.

HLP-Action-Plan-template This needs to be completed and kept in your portfolio.

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