PLEASE NOTE: You will not be able to book onto this event if you have previously attended the two day residential event.
This two day online workshop is part of four days in module 1 covering essential topics for pharmacy professionals working in primary care on the national pathway.
- Day 3 online workshop is split into two with 2.5 hours in the morning, 2.5 hours in the afternoon and a one hour break for lunch.
- Day 4, one week later, is a three hour half-day session.
The days will help you develop the knowledge skills and confidence needed to carry out effective communication and consultations and develop your role in primary care. It is intended for those on the national Primary care pharmacy education pathway.
On completion of all aspects of this learning programme you should be able to:
- apply key skills to communicate effectively with people
- apply key skills, models and techniques that support a person-centred approach
- describe considerations that should be made when undertaking consultations with older people, children and young adults and people with learning disabilities
- critique your own consultation practice and that of your peers using a reflective tool
- demonstrate a greater confidence in delivering a person-centred approach to the consultation .
Day 4 (and associated e-course)
- describe the clinical history taking process
- identify red flags when taking a clinical history
- apply the principles of hygiene and handwashing in a clinical setting
- describe a range of clinical examination skills
- recognise the presentation of sepsis
- describe how to measure blood pressure, pulse, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry and peak flow.
How to use this programme
Our e-workshops are run online using Zoom video conferencing. When you book onto an e-workshop you will automatically be registered onto the Zoom meeting and will receive emails from the meeting organiser about how to join.
Please note: You will need to be connected to the internet for the duration of the e-workshop.
Learning intended for
- Pharmacy technicians