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CPPE: New gateway page on DMIRS

CPPE is introducing learning resources for the Digital Minor Illness Referral Service (DMIRS)

Scenario: Kidney dialysis

Pharmacist Paeveen on the options available when a patient waith kidney disease love to travel

UKCPA: Initiatives to tackle penicillin allergy

Researchers in the NHS are looking at allergies, in particular penicillin allergy, says pharmacist Yogini Jani

CPPE: Tech programme is now national

CPPE’s accuracy checking pharmacy technician programme is now available to all pharmacy technicians

UKCPA: What is autonomic dysreflexia?

Autonomic dysreflexia (AD) deserves a wider level of understanding among pharmacists

UKCPA: Optimising inhaler technique

A community pharmacy-based inhaler technique check service is being rolled out in Leeds

CPPE: New e-learning in four parts

CPPE’s new ‘Medicines, people and value’ campaign is available as four short e-learning programmes

UKCPA: Detecting atrial fibrillation

AF detection and management offers an opportunity for community pharmacy, says CVD specialist pharmacist Helen Williams 

CPPE: Falls prevention workshops

A new workshop has been launched by CPPE that is focusing on falls prevention

Reflections on revalidation: part 7

In her last article in the current series, Asha Fowells submits her records and renews her registration

Reflections on revalidation: part 6

In the sixth article in our series, Asha Fowells charts her personal experience of the revalidation process

CPPE: Putting in firm foundations

CPPE’s foundation pharmacist training pathway is now open for bookings for commencement in November 2018

UKCPA: Medication while breastfeeding

Community pharmacy can support breastfeeding mothers in many ways, says Deidre D’Arcy, associate professor in pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology, Trinity College Dublin

Top tips for revalidation

If your GPhC registration is due for renewal by October 31 you need to revalidate now, says Sandra Gidley, chair of the RPS English Pharmacy Board

Reflections on revalidation: part 5

Sitting down to log CPD for the first time bumped it up from “really painful” into “things that are worse to think about than do"

CPPE: New declaration of competence

Those providing the NHS vaccination service along with a locally commissioned influenza scheme can now complete a single DoC to cover all vaccination services

UKCPA: GPs must optimise UTI antibiotic use

Doctors are being urged to optimise their use of antibiotics for treating UTIs, says Rakhee Patel, lead antimicrobial pharmacist at Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust

CPPE: ACPT programme extended

The ACPT programme is now open for applications from pharmacy technicians across England until September 2018

UKCPA: Pharmacists in care homes

Clinical development roles in care homes indicate an exciting time for the profession, writes Sarah Crotty of Herts Valleys CCG

UKCPA: Treating HCV in the community

Efforts are being made to get community pharmacists involved in the treatment of HCV, says the BHPG 

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