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The management of epilepsy

This module will provide an overview of the management of epilepsy including drug treatments and best practice advice on improving health outcomes.

Challenge your thinking on warts and verrucas

Discover different treatment options for warts and verruas and when to recommend them to your customers, based on their individual needs

How to advise on head lice​

Despite them being so common, many people still don't know how to get rid of head lice. This training will arm you with the facts so that you can help customers choose the best treatments and answer their questions with confidence.

Applications open for foundation pharmacist training

CPPE has opened applications for the newest intake of pharmacists on its foundation pharmacist training pathway. Limited places are available.

UKCPA viewpoint: Tofacitinib raises risk of PE

There is an increased risk of pulmonary embolism in patients receiving tofacitinib 10mg twice daily

Advising on back pain

This module highlights topical therapy options and 5 simple S.T.E.P.S. to help customers manage and prevent back pain

UKCPA: Are all coxibs made equal?

It's over 10 years since the MHRA advised that the decision to prescribe a NSAID should be based on an assessment of a patient’s individual risk factors

The management of Parkinson’s disease

After reading this module you should recognise the signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease, and understand the treatment pathways

Scenario: Painful toilet visits

Kim O’Connell has asked for a quiet word with pharmacist Parveen and tells her it really hurts when she goes to the toilet...

CPPE: New e-learning on atrial fibrillation

AF has been identified as a condition where opportunistic screening could be beneficial. Community pharmacy is well placed to support this screening

UKCPA: Identifying anaemia

Pharmacist are well placed to identify the signs and symptoms of anaemia and advise on treatment, says a lead pre-operative pharmacist

Understanding the impact of dry skin conditions

Learn about the emotional impact of dry and eczema-prone skin, and confidently recommend products for skin treatment and maintenance.

Scenario: Steroids & type 2 diabetes

Would you recognise the predisposing factors that lead to an increased risk of hyperglycaemia with steroid therapy in people with diabetes?

Scenario: Vitamin D supplements

Customer Nusrat Begum is talking to pharmacist Parveen about how the vitamin D supplement she is taking doesn’t seem to be working...

UKCPA: New focal point on asthma

The focal point programme has been developed to provide clinically focused sessions that present information and activities relevant for pharmacy professionals

Blood pressure management

This module provides an overview of hypertension screening and management including drug treatments and self-help advice through lifestyle interventions

UKCPA: Make CVD prevention your key priority

There are plenty of opportunities for pharmacists to improve the cardiovascular profile of their local area

Managing allergic rhinitis

This module will help you to understand symptoms, management options and any possible complications

Scenario: Inhalers in schools

Vicky, the pharmacy technician, tells Parveen that someone is asking to “buy a couple of salbutamol inhalers”

CPPE: New places on Leading for Change programme

The programme aims to help experienced pharmacy professionals reflect on and develop their leadership style

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