Newsletter - October 2016

New from CPPE

We are now into the third week of our Urgent care learning campaign, and only have a couple of weeks remaining. This week's challenge is to raise the profile of pharmacy as a point of care for people needing urgent help. Visit the CPPE website today to join the campaign and share your experiences.

We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest distance learning programme - Learning disabilities. The programme has been designed to enable you to respond more effectively to the needs of people with a learning disability, their carers and support workers, to optimise their medicines and improve their health outcomes.

Our What's new in the BNF 72? interactive PDF works through the new recommendations, key clinical developments and safety issues brought about by changes to the BNF. The programme includes ten case studies for you to work through, offering you immediate reflection on your work, as well as additional resources and links.

We have updated a number of our e-learning programmes to bring them up to speed with our current branding and to improve functionality on tablet devices. These include Medicines reconciliation, HIV and Responsible pharmacist. We will be continuing to upgrade our older e-learning programmes, so keep an eye on our website for these.

Current events

Have you booked your place on one of our Epilepsy focal points yet? The focal point gives you key information regarding the management of epilepsy, while encouraging you to identify your own learning needs. Workshops have now started, and places are filling up around the country, so book your place today.

The Developing your role in general practice study day has been developed to support you to get started in a general practice setting, whether you are a pharmacist, pharmacy technician or pre-registration trainee. The study day will be run across the country in January 2017 - you can book a place now.

And in February 2017, we will be running the Consultation skills for general practice study day. Focusing on consultation skills, and speficially tailored to support you in a general practice environment, this event will ensure you are confident in delivering high-quality, patient-centred consultations.

Our tutors will liaise with your local commissioning group and often run extra focal point events or public health workshops depending on local requirements. Find out what we are running in your area today - click on the link above.

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