Educational Resources

As a member of the BPSA, you also have access to material provided by external organisations. Below, you will find access to the other organisation provided. 


UKCPA encourage, support and promote advanced practice in pharmacy. The UKCPA actively develops clinical pharmacy practice as well as developing individual practitioners, and we are frequently at the forefront of initiatives such as establishing professional curricula, developing professional recognition (credentialing) processes, and developing professional tools and frameworks for practitioners. 

Click here to find out how you can benefit.


CPPE offers many continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities. Based at the University of Manchester, it is part of the Workforce Academy within the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. CPPE is funded by Health Education England and is committed to providing high-quality, professional learning materials and excellent customer service.

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Industrial Pharmacy Brochure

This brochure on Industrial Pharmacy has been designed by leaders in industry and experts to help you as students to know what to expect in industry and what they expect from you. 

Although the contents of this brochure are outdated, a lot of the information is still useful. An updated edition will be released soon.

To download this brochure click here.

Please see the links below for industrial pharmacy pre-registration schemes:

The Electronic Prescription Service in England

Almost all community pharmacies in England are able to offer the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) to patients and as more and more GPs are prescribing electronically everyone who works in a community pharmacy needs to understand how EPS works and how it can increase efficiency and patient care.

The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) have supplied us with the following links to inform students and pre-registration trainees.

HSCIC produce a welcome to EPS package for pharmacists about to start using EPS, where all the key information is summarised in one place 'Welcome to EPS' - everything you need to prepare and get the most from EPS

The following link will take you to the pharmacy section of the EPS website. 


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