We are a not-for-profit organisation, funded by Health Education England. We have a number of external and internal groups who monitor and support our organisation’s governance. You can find more information in our annual report.
Quality is really important to CPPE. We are committed to setting and meeting high standards in everything we do. Our guide, CPPE: A guide to governance and quality, explains the standards we have set and what we are doing to meet them.
We generate income from the sales of our programmes to a wider healthcare professional audience, both in the UK and internationally. All income received is reinvested into further development of our learning programmes.
CPPE is committed to the development and delivery of high-quality learning programmes, independent of commercial bias. Before working with any organisations having a commercial interest, CPPE will make the other party(s) aware of its and CPPE’s responsibilities to ensure the independence of the learning programme development and delivery by use of the Policy and guidance for joint working with the pharmaceutical industry and principles for sponsorship for collaborative working from the pharmaceutical industry.
Even without working with organisations with a commercial interest, CPPE is aware of potential conflicts of interest existing among the wide range of contributors to its development and delivery of learning. These contributors include but are not limited to authors, topic experts, pharmacy professionals working with other higher education institutions (HEIs) or training providers, reviewers, piloters, expert speakers and programme guardians.
Before engaging anyone to work with us on developing or delivering a learning programme, we will ask them to disclose in writing any potential conflict of interest.
These will be adjudicated on by the programme manager with reference to the director of CPPE where any doubt or difference of opinion arises, before involvement in the planned activity.
CPPE is funded to provide postgraduate education to pharmacy professionals providing NHS services in England and has agreement that it may work with the pharmaceutical industry where appropriate. The Policy and guidance for joint working with the pharmaceutical industry and principles for sponsorshop for collaborative working from the pharmaceutical industry document sets out how CPPE can achieve its objectives and delivery of national and local priorities by building effective and appropriate working relationships with the pharmaceutical industry, and inform and advise staff of their responsibilities when entering into joint working arrangements or sponsorship agreements with the pharmaceutical industry.