The aim of this programme is to help you to develop the knowledge and skills you need to provide an alcohol identification and brief advice service. The focus of this programme is to look at the contribution the pharmacy team can make to alcohol harm reduction and is designed to complement Public Health England's 'Alcohol identification and brief advice' e-learning course.
10h:00m (for events this includes pre and post event learning)
Learning Objectives:On completion of all aspects of this learning programme you should be able to:
Covers identifying, assessing and managing alcohol-use disorders in adults and young people. Aims to reduce harm caused by alcohol.
Work your way around the Substance misuse learning topic, taking part in bite-sized interactive challenges that will help you and your team give advice about legal highs. The challenges also suggest how you can help to improve dental health for substance misusers, while learning to deal with patients regularly asking to purchase higher risk over-the-counter medicines.
You can access this learning here: Substance misuse - theLearningpharmacy.com
Learning Objectives:On completion of all aspects of this learning programme you shoud be able to:
This e-assessment is linked with the CPPE Alcohol misuse: support and advice from the pharmacy team distance learning programme and assesses you on the learning objectives within that programme.
Why should I do this assessment?This e-assessment completes the learning you began with the CPPE Alcohol misuse: support and advice from the pharmacy team distance learning programme. Access and successful completion will contribute to your own personal development plan, be recorded in your My CPPE record and will enable you to complete a CPD entry on the learning. It may also provide evidence for achieving competencies in the RPS Foundation or Advanced Pharmacy Frameworks. If you are working towards completing a Declaration of Competence for a pharmacy service, successful completion of this assessment will provide evidence of your learning.
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