Non Medical Prescribing - Funded places for registered Pharmacists

GPhC / HEE 

The GPhC and HEE are encouraging registered Pharmacists to consider qualifying as Non Medical Prescribers. This opportunity provides an extension to their scope of practice as well as the possibility of new career opportunities.
The University of Plymouth has funded places for March 2023 entrants. 
Applications for these places are now open, and we would encourage you to consider applying, or please feel free to forward this information to other Pharmacists who may be interested.
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The programme

The NMP core team at the University of Plymouth offer a multi-disciplinary programme including ten face to face scheduled teaching days. Student feedback reflects the value this adds to the breadth, depth and application of learning for practice. Students from varied clinical backgrounds form networks that continue into their practice as Non Medical Prescribers.
Pharmacists would also be able to access the 'Postgraduate Certificate in Independent Prescribing and Health Assessment', this is an equivalent module to the 'Clinically Enhanced Pharmacist Independent Prescribing' (CEPIP) module for Pharmacists.
<p>Funded places starting March 2023.</p>
<p>New career opportunities.&nbsp;</p>
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A multi-disciplinary programme.<br></p>
  • @ Funded places for March 2023
  • @ New career opportunities
  • @ For registered Pharmacists
  • @ A multi-disciplinary programme
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You can contact the Professional Development Unit with any queries

Prospective student enquiries:
Current student enquiries:
Professional Development Unit, Level 4 Rolle Building, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA, United Kingdom.
Monday – Thursday 8:30–17:00 and Friday 8:30–16:30.
 
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