Health Education England (HEE), through the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE), is providing the training pathway for all pharmacists employed in the NHS England bid sites. We have created a programme that is flexible to meet the needs of these pharmacists and will ensure they are fully equipped in their key primary care team roles. We are working with GP deans to ensure a multidisciplinary approach, and engaging with patients and the public in our programme development. The General practice pharmacist training pathway is outlined below.
The national learning pathway Developing clinical pharmacists in general practice describes the vision, core principles and themes of the training pathway.
The pathway learning factsheet details available learning provided by CPPE and other organisations linked to the nine themes of the Developing clinical pharmacists in general practice national learning pathway.
If you are on the pathway, the pathway handbook provides information about your learning throughout the pathway and prepares you for working in a GP practice.
You will choose your study days based on your personal development plan.
General practice - the fundamentals of working with GPs e-course is available on your Canvas platform or available on the CPPE website as a tutor led or self-study course. This e-course will allow you to explore the skills, knowledge, experience and behaviours in theme 1 of the national learning pathway.
More information on the pathway can be found on the General practice pharmacist training pathway overview factsheet.
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The CPPE General practice pharmacist training pathway is overseen by a reference group (terms of reference), chaired by HEE.
If you are a GP-based pharmacist that is not on the pathway then click here to find out what learning we have available for you.