Practice

Learning disabilities: part four

This module is the fourth in our CPPE series about learning disabilities.

Learning disabilities: part three

This module is the third in our CPPE series about learning disabilities.

Learning disabilities: part two

This module is the second in our CPPE series about learning disabilities.

Learning disabilities: part one

This module is the first in our CPPE series about learning disabilities.

Health champions: a key role in the success of HLP

With the introduction of Quality Payments in April, Healthy Living Pharmacies and health champions are once again in the spotlight.

Making a difference in the community

While the basics remain the same, Sally Watson relishes the fact that every day in pharmacy brings fresh challenges and surprises.

Scenario: Domestic abuse

Parveen sees Julie Gray at the counter and pops out to say hello. “Hi Julie,” she says. “How are you? I hardly see you these days...”

Making time for everyone

For MCA Valerie Davies, working at Potter Street Pharmacy in Harlow is all about being there to help others in their time of need.

Motivational interviewing

This learning module considers the steps involved in motivational interviewing.

A community focus

Wendy Boulter is putting her training to good use and doing everything she can to help her community.

Indispensable progress

A summary of North-East London LPC’s High Street Clinic model of pharmacy care

Engaging with local politicians and councillors

Don’t stop talking. The funding cuts in England give community pharmacy more reason to work on good local relationships

Getting your CPD in order

With continuing fitness to practise drawing ever closer, it is time to make sure your CPD is up to speed

Teamwork: part two

This learning module considers the skills needed for efficient teamworking. 

All about training

Good teamwork and plenty of training opportunities have enabled Lisa Carr to grow into a vital member of her pharmacy team.

Teamwork: part one

Behind every successful business is a hardworking team pulling together for a common cause. So what’s the recipe for effective teamwork?

A star apprentice

Lauren Taylor presents a fine example of how an apprenticeship scheme can really kick-start a pharmacy career.

Social media: getting it right

Why has there been such a dramatic increase in the number of fitness to practise investigations by the GPhC?

Get ready for Ask Your Pharmacist Week 2016

By Stephen Fishwick, NPA head of communications. I was intrigued recently to find in the NPA basement a photograph of ‘Bradd The Cure Bear’, the cuddly mascot of an Ask Your Pharmacist campaign roadshow 20 years ago. Apparently Bradd provided educational entertainment for young shoppers by performing a special show on pharmaceutical safety. Whilst Bradd seems to have gone into hibernation, the Ask Your Pharmacist initiative has continued in various guises ever since. This year’s Ask Your Pharmacist Week will take place November 7-14 with the theme More Than Medicines. Organised by the National Pharmacy Association, the week provides a platform for pharmacy public awareness activities across the UK. It also serves as a prompt for conversations with key stakeholders at a local level about community pharmacy services.

Listen up!

This learning module considers the skills required for effective active listening.
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