CPPE has designed an efficient way to record the key activities and assessments you undertake as you progress with the Clinical pharmacist in general practice education. This will help you to track your progress with learning and assessments throughout the 18 month pathway. It is important to note that the series does not need to be completed in order.
Your education supervisor and the CPPE general practice team will be able to see your progress with your assessments and learning to inform quarterly review meetings.
The case-based discussion (CbD) is a retrospective structured discussion designed to assess your input into patient care. The CbD assesses your professional judgement, clinical decision-making and the application of pharmaceutical knowledge in the care of your patients. You will present a clinical case to your learning set and will answer questions from your peers and clinical mentor. Your clinical mentor will be responsible for assessing you and they will provide written and verbal feedback including strengths and areas for development for your PDP.
Record here the date that you have completed this assessment.
You will use the CPPE Multi-Source Feedback (MSF) tool to collect colleagues’ opinions on your overall professionalism and clinical performance. You will receive a report of your collated feedback. You will reflect on the feedback from your MSF, complete a portfolio entry and discuss this with your education supervisor. You should identify actions to address your development areas and include these in your Personal Development Plan (PDP).
Record here the date of your MSF professional discussion with your education supervisor.
The clinical examination and procedural skills assessment record (CEPSAR) provides a framework for you to demonstrate and reflect on your clinical examination and procedural skills for your GP clinical pharmacist role.
You will also be required to complete two case studies and record these in your Canvas e-portfolio.
Record here the date you completed your clinical examination and procedural skills logbook and case studies.
You should reflect on your practice and describe the steps that you have taken to improve your clinical examination and procedural skills. You will reflect on your learning and write a short reflective essay (800 - 1000 words) which will be submitted for assessment via the CPPE website. Include a short description of how you have applied your learning to your practice, and detail your action plan for further development.
Use the following link to access the reflective essay: Reflective essay clinical examination and procedural skills