We’re here to help you fulfil your potential and we offer a range of creative learning opportunities to do just that. From our face-to-face events to our online and distance learning programmes you’ll see that we are passionate about learning and development. We have an excellent reputation for delivering learning that goes through a robust quality-assurance process and is developed in collaboration with pharmacy and healthcare colleagues.
The guide to CPPE governance is currently being updated and will be available from April 2023.
CPPE: provider of educational solutions for the NHS pharmacy workforce across England to maximise its contribution to improving patient care.
At CPPE we commit to the following five values:
Have a look at our CPPE values document to find out more.
We pledge to support pharmacy professionals to deliver culturally competent, person-centred care, when communicating with patients, the public and colleagues. We will encourage them to develop, and reflect on, their ability to sensitively ask questions if unsure of a person's needs, values and beliefs, to be open and non-judgmental, while responding with dignity and respect.
Our annual brochure provides information about what we can offer you. Take a look at the latest brochure to find out more about our pathways, programmes, assessments and the support we can offer you.
CPPE has a good track record of environmental sustainability and remains committed to continuing to reduce the carbon footprint of our day to day business, whilst raising awareness of the public health impacts of climate change. We also promote an ethic of social responsibility engaging our whole team in actions that reduce our impact through our lifestyle choices.
Food and sustainability at CPPE events
At some of our events, CPPE provides food and refreshments for our participants so that we can make sure that their basic needs are met. From 2022 onwards, we are only providing vegetarian food options. This is part of our wider environmental sustainability strategy to aid us in reducing our carbon footprint. For our residential events, we recognise that the breakfast buffet options may still contain a range of meat options. A sustainable approach to meat eating suggests a maximum weekly intake of 98g of red meat. If there are meat-free options at breakfast, why not give them a go?
If you have any food allergies, please remember to let both CPPE and the venue know.