The CPPE learning and assessment for this domain is linked to one quality criterion:
The elements of the Health Inequalities criterion that relate to CPPE learning and assessment are as follows:
On the day of declaration, all registered pharmacy professionals working at the pharmacy must have satisfactorily completed the CPPE Health inequalities e-learning and passed the e-assessment.
Completing the learning and assessment as detailed here does not mean that your pharmacy is entitled to a PQS payment for this domain. Contractors need to ensure that they meet all elements of this domain, as well as the gateway criteria, to be eligible to claim for the Addressing unwarranted variation in care domain when they make their PQS declaration.
Click on the items in the dropdown menu below to learn more about the CPPE learning and assessment that needs to be completed, in order for you to work towards the criterion listed above.
Addressing health inequalities is the responsibility of everyone who works in healthcare. As a pharmacy professional working in community pharmacy, you may be the only healthcare professional who is in regular contact with members of your local community. This means that you are in a position to help address health inequalities for those who access your pharmacy services.
To complete the CPPE learning as part of this element of the criterion, you need to take the following steps:
Passing this e-assessment shows that you have met the learning outcomes for the CPPE Health inequalities e-learning. As with all assessments, we recommend that you complete the learning programme before attempting the e-assessment (you are required to complete the e-learning and e-assessment to meet the requirements for PQS). When you have passed the e-assessment, you will be able to download a certificate of achievement from your learning record, or via the button below (this function will be available soon).
By successfully completing the learning and assessment outlined above, you have met the training requirements for the Addressing unwarranted variation in care domain.
To find more information on what you need to do to fully meet the quality criteria and domains, please refer to the previous links: