elearning for Healthcare offer learning for the Prevention domain, linked to one quality criteron:
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 criterion, to be eligible to claim for the Prevention domain when they make their PQS declaration.
Click on the items in the dropdown menu below to learn more about the learning and assessment that needs to be completed, to work towards the criterion listed above.
The elements of the Antimicrobial stewardship quality criterion that relate to learning and assessment are:
There are three learning programmes and associated assessments linked to these elements of this criterion. All of these programmes are accessible via elearning for healthcare (elfh). We have included it here so that you are able to see all of the learning programmes that are linked to in this version of the PQS. Your role will guide which of these programmes you should complete, as described below.
All non-registered pharmacy staff working at the pharmacy should complete the Infection prevention and control Level 1 e-learning and assessment.
This module can be accessed via elearning for healthcare (elfh) after they have registered for an elfh account.
All registered pharmacy professionals should complete the Infection Prevention and Control Level 2 e-learning and assessment.
Registered pharmacy professionals can gain access to this learning programme via the CPPE website elearning for healthcare learning modules. If you haven’t linked your CPPE account with elfh you can access the module directly via elearning for healthcare..
All patient-facing pharmacy staff working at the pharmacy that provide advice on medicines or healthcare should complete the Antimicrobial Stewardship for Community Pharmacy e-learning and e-assessment
Registered pharmacy professionals can gain access to this learning programme via the CPPE website elearning for healthcare learning modules.
If you haven’t linked your CPPE account with elfh you can access the module directly via elearning for healthcare. Non-registered pharmacy staff can access this module via elearning for healthcare (elfh) after they have registered for an elfh account.
An activity report can be generated from the elfh user account on completion of the training and assessments. Contractors must keep a copy of the activity report for all pharmacy staff, as a certificate of evidence that they have completed the training.
By successfully completing the learning and assessment outlined above, you have met the training requirements for the prevention domain.
To find more information on what you need to do to meet the quality criteria and domains in full, please refer to the link below: