NHS priorities

Whether it’s to prepare for the next Quality Payments Scheme deadline, or to increase your confidence in helping people with a learning disability, this section provides topic-specific pages that link to current NHS priorities. This section will support you in keeping your knowledge and skills up to date in order to provide high-quality pharmacy services and be service-ready.


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Clinical pharmacy

Our clinical portfolio is expanding on a frequent basis, helping you to advance your knowledge and skills and deliver medicines optimisation in practice for all sectors of pharmacy. From two new focal points a year to our small group learning for hospital pharmacists – Optimise – this section focuses on clinical pharmacy, diseases and therapeutics.

Public health

The public health agenda is embedded in pharmacy, yet topics such as emergency contraception or stop smoking support are as prevalent as ever. As well as our public health workshops, use this section to access a wide range of resources to assure and maintain your competence, all underpinned by the Declaration of Competence system.


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workshop

Developing your role in general practice


  • Released: 06/2016
  • Study time: 7h:0m
  • Standard price: £250.00
  • NHS HEE funded price: £0.00

The aim of this study day is to support pharmacy professionals to get started and develop their role in a general practice setting.

The aim of this study day is to support pharmacy professionals to get started and develop their role in a general practice setting. It will help you identify and engage stakeholders, prioritise patient groups, consider how to set up a patient clinic and respond to patient safety incidents.

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Learning objectives

On completion of all aspects of this learning programme you should be able to:

  • identify stakeholders in general practice and make a communication plan
  • describe and promote your role as a clinical pharmacy professional
  • identify and prioritise patient groups for clinical pharmacy professional consultations
  • plan setting up a clinic in general practice
  • describe tools to support clinical medication review and apply them in practice
  • develop a process for undertaking clinical medication review
  • take appropriate action in response to a patient safety incident.

How to use this programme

When you book onto this workshop you will be able to access the resources that you need to complete your learning. If there is a pre-workshop book associated with your workshop, then this will be sent to you in the post and you will also be able to download it in PDF form.

At the workshop your facilitator will provide any materials for you to refer to and complete during the event.

Learning intended for

  • Pharmacists
  • Pharmacy technicians
  • Pre-registration trainees