Are CPPE courses free?

Lead a learning community Set up your own local learning community and use CPPE learning materials free of charge.

What does cppe stand for?

About CPPE The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) is part of the Division of Pharmacy and Optometry, within the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at the University of Manchester.

Is EHC free on prescription?

The emergency contraceptive pill You can get both Levonelle and ellaOne free of charge from: contraception clinics. Brook centres. some pharmacies (find a pharmacy – ask if they provide free emergency contraception)

What is EHC pharmacy?

Description. This service is for the provision of free Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC) to females aged between 13 to 18 years in the community pharmacy setting. It is independent of but should be offered where appropriate, in conjunction with a pharmacy chlamydia screening service.

What are the 4 principles of medicines Optimisation?

Royal Pharmaceutical Society Use the four RPS principles: patient experience, evidence, safe and effective, routine practice. Medicines Optimisation Briefings.

How much do pre reg pharmacists earn?

The highest salary for a Pre Registration Pharmacist in London Area is £31,988 per year. The lowest salary for a Pre Registration Pharmacist in London Area is £17,194 per year.

Can you sell EHC in advance?

Research suggests women can be reluctant to ask for an advance supply of EHC due to concerns about being judged, but there may be times when requests are made. RPS professional guidance states that pharmacists can provide an advance supply of oral emergency contraception.

Can you supply EHC to under 16?

Pharmacists will supply emergency hormonal contraception (EHC) when appropriate to clients in line with the requirements of the latest Patient Group Direction (PGD). The Fraser Guidelines will be taken into consideration every time a young person under the age of 16 requests a supply.

What do the MHRA do?

the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency ( MHRA ), the UK’s regulator of medicines, medical devices and blood components for transfusion, responsible for ensuring their safety, quality and effectiveness.

What are the main principles of medicines Optimisation?

It sets out four simple but important principles of “medicines optimisation” that could revolutionise medicines use and outcomes: aim to understand the patient’s experience, evidence based choice of medicines, ensure medicines use is as safe as possible, make medicines optimisation part of routine practice.