Royal Pharmaceutical Society Board Elections 2017 27th April
In 2016 NMIC was commissioned by CPPE to develop a bespoke course called "Acute Illness in Primary Care" for clinical pharmacists on the national GPPTP pathway. We can now offer this course to independent self-funding clinical pharmacists. This is a three day face to face course, taught by two very experienced GP’s who are the national experts on minor illness.
The cost (£520) includes lunches, cake and refreshments, a USB stick with course handouts and resources, access to online modules and a copy of our NMIC textbook The Minor Illness Manual (fourth edition). Students will also receive a voucher giving them six months' access to the members' section of our website, with email alerts to any important changes in guidance.
After completing this face to face course you would be eligible to apply to study remotely for the NMIC Diploma, in order to obtain a certificate of competence.
Quality for patients: Pharmacy practice now and in the future
Registration is now open for the Quality for patients: Pharmacy practice now and in the future conference hosted by the Chief Pharmaceutical Officer of NHS England. The conference is aimed at pharmacists and pharmacy technicians from all sectors and gives an opportunity to discuss how we can work together and more closely with the healthcare system to provide a better service to patients.
You can book your place online.
You will need to choose one workshop to attend in the afternoon. Details are included in the attached agenda.
Please note - we have set aside some funding for early career pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to help them attend the conference. The criteria for receiving the grant is that you are an early career pharmacist from any sector. Early career is defined as pharmacists who have qualified within the last 6 years. Travel and subsistence costs of up to £100 can be claimed back. For more details please email firstname.lastname@example.org
"Training for prescribers... Putting prescribing into practice"?
All medical and non-medical prescribers are welcome to this workshop, which will feature talks from expert speakers and a chance to sit the interactive Prescribing Safety Assessment:-
A flyer about the workshop is attached. The latest details and registration are available online at www.bps.ac.uk/training-for-prescribers
Every healthcare professional has a role to support and improve antimicrobial stewardship, wherever they practice, and the content of these webinars is suitable for all clinicians in all areas of practice – we all rely on primary care services to deliver effective and safe patient care.
Public Health England (PHE) and the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC) have worked with primary care colleagues to develop a series of 7 free TARGET antibiotics webinars highlighting key easy actions you can take to help improve you antibiotic prescribing, and at the same time improve the patient experience and their self-care, therefore freeing up your time.
Webinar 1 2nd November 2016 - Introductory Case studies
Webinar 2 9th November 2016 - Assessing the Need for Antibiotics
Webinar 3 16th November 2016 – Managing Patient Expectations
Webinar 4 23rd November 2016 – Back-Up Prescriptions
Webinar 5 30th November 2016 – Prescribing in UTI’s
Webinar 6 7th December 2016 – Antibiotics in Children
Webinar 7 14th December 2016 – Common Practice approach
Registration for the webinars is open NOW and all primary care healthcare professionals are encouraged to register at www.TARGET-webinars.com
Bradford University School of Pharmacy Foundations in Primary care Pharmacy
We are pleased to announce a series of study days we are running this autumn at Bradford University. Unfortunately by the time you receive this email the first date will be gone but we can re-run this later for those that are interested. Days 2,3 and 4 are designed to provide more practical skills and knowledge for pharmacists new to general practice or those who want an update. Teaching is provided by experienced practitioners with a focus on group work.
The attached flyer provides guidance on whom to contact if interested in sending your staff. Please ffel free to forward this email to anybody you think may be interested.
Bradford Univeristy School of Pharmacy
We are delighted to provide information on forthcoming UKCPA Events (plus web links), taking place in May - July 2016. UKCPA events are suitable for primary care, community and hospital pharmacists, as well as other healthcare professionals.
Renal replacement in ICU
London Masterclass – THIS SITE HAS NOW REACHED MAXIMUM DELEGATE NUMBERS
Edinburgh Video Link – Spaces still available!
Full programme available here: RRT in ICU Masterclass Programme
RPS, East Smithfield, London, with video link to RPS, Edinburgh - - http://www.rpharms.com/header/contact-us.asp
Please note: All speakers will be in London with a video link to Edinburgh. There will be a UKCPA pharmacy expert facilitating in Edinburgh.
UKCPA/JOMO National Conference for Diabetes Medicines Optimisation
More details available here
Please note: The UKCPA is not taking bookings for this event. Information on how to book can be found here: http://www.pharman.co.uk/events/2016/5/mo-manchester.
e-prescribing – Using Systems to Support Care & Optimise Medicines
Full programme available here: ePrescribing Masterclass programme
RPS, East Smithfield, London
Anticoagulation in the Community
To view the information flyer, please click here
Crowne Plaza, Birmingham
Gastroenterology Advanced Practitioner Meeting
Full programme available here: Gastroenterology for the Advanced Practitioner
RPS, East Smithfield, London
New developments in Women’s Health
Full programme available here: Women’s Health Masterclass Programme
The Studio, Birmingham
The UKCPA is an accredited RPS Faculty and Foundation training provider. Achieving accreditation status from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society is an external recognition of the high quality education and training that we provide to the pharmacy workforce, notably through our conferences and masterclasses.
The UKCPA utilises the skills and knowledge of experienced pharmacists and healthcare professionals to provide training in its popular workshop-based style and deliver key presentations on new developments and guidelines within the profession.
For further details, please direct enquirers to the events page of the UKCPA website: http://www.ukcpa.net/events, where an online registration is accessible, or to call 0116 2714894 and ask for Sharon Cherry.