NHS Community pharmacist consultation service: clinical assessment – essential skills workshop
This is event is organised and hosted by CPPE and nationally funded. Please direct any enquiries to Hayley.Berry@cppe.ac.uk
When – 1st December, 2019 – 09:30-16:30
Where – Citrus Hotel, A45 London Road, Ryton on Dunsmore, Coventry, CV8 3DY
Event ID – 49642
Booking link – https://www.cppe.ac.uk/programmes/e/cpcs-w-01
You can book online at the CPPE website or call 0161 778 4000 (You will need your GPhC number and the event ID to book)
ECG CPCS CLINICAL ASSESSMENT TRAINING
TUESDAY 21ST JANUARY 2020
6.30pm – 9.30pm – Citrus Hotel, CV8 3DY
Warwickshire LPC are running a Clinical Training event, for those who haven’t been able to attend a CPPE Course, which is useful for the Community
Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) being commissioned as an Advanced Service from 29 October 2019, with the expectation that additional
strands to the service will continue to be tested and developed in the future.
This course has been written specifically to help community pharmacists have the confidence to clinically assess unwell patients. It includes how to take a
concise and clear history of the presenting complaint and then how to measure and interpret basic clinical observations including pulse, blood
pressure, temperature, respiratory rate, blood glucose and urinalysis. The course also includes an introduction to the scoring system National Early
Warning System (NEWS) and depression screening for patients, how to handover and document your findings. The course also introduces the learner
to the assessment of a patient with a minor ailment and looks at sore throats, the associated symptoms and red flags.
Please see the following link for a demo:
This ECG training event is funded by Warwickshire LPC.
If you would like a space (one per pharmacy) please book through the below Eventbrite link as soon as possible, and please also provide an individual email
address, which is needed to enable registration to the online aspect:
You can download the flyer on the following LINK.