The NHS England phase 2 Clinical pharmacists in general practice education will place 1650 clinical pharmacists in general practice by 2020/2021. Health Education England (HEE) awarded the education contract to CPPE following an open procurement process and the success of our education pathway for the phase 1 pilot.
The 18-month Clinical pharmacists in general practice education will equip clinical pharmacists and senior clinical pharmacists with the necessary knowledge, skills and experience to work in general practice as part of a multidisciplinary team in a patient-facing role. Clinical pharmacists in general practice can access a range of different study methods to suit different learning styles, three stages of assessment and support from supervisors and peers. The Clinical pharmacists in general practice education is outlined below.
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Listen to the podcast below to hear our national lead for the Clinical Pharmacists in General Practice Education, Ceinwen Mannall, talk about the training available for pharmacists moving in to general practice and the impact and value that pharmacists can bring to this area of healthcare.