Addiction, misuse and dependency: A focus on over-the-counter and prescribed medicines (2024)

Biochemistry (2024)

Clinical calculations for pharmacy professionals (2024)

Supporting people living with frailty

This programme provides pharmacy professionals working in any pharmacy practice setting with an introduction to supporting people living with frailty. The aim of this programme is to develop your knowledge and skills to enable you to describe what frailty means, recognise people living with frailty and offer them appropriate support.

Tackling Loneliness and Social Isolation

The Learning and Social Isolation (LSI) course is focussed on highlighting the impact of chronic loneliness as a serious health concern and how we can all help to tackle loneliness with the interactions we have with patients and the public. It supports the call to action from the Jo Cox Commission to ‘equip people with information about the potential triggers for loneliness and ensure they know where to go for support’ and consists of e-learning, two animations, two podcasts and a resource guide.

Pathophysiology for Clinical Practice

Develop your knowledge in the field of pathophysiology and diagnostics and your skills in the application of this knowledge in clinical reasoning and management of patients with core clinical conditions.

Familial hypercholesterolaemia: supporting people better - focal point

This focal point will give you an understanding of familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH), and its identification and management. It will enable you to improve care for people with known familial hypercholesterolaemia and identify people who are not yet diagnosed, supporting them to make informed decisions about their condition.

Advanced Health Assessment PgCert

The PGCert in Advanced Health Assessment aims to provide the knowledge, skills and leadership abilities necessary for clinical practitioners to undertake a range of advanced health assessments commensurate with the role of Advanced Clinical Practitioners and integrate positive service developments into their clinical setting.

Cancer: Supporting people with early diagnosis

This programme enables pharmacy professionals working across all practice settings to identify people who may have signs or symptoms of cancer and support them to access services that facilitate early cancer diagnosis. The programme also explores the national cancer screening programmes currently available, what people can expect from these and how pharmacy professionals can promote screening uptake.

Dermatology: An introduction to managing common skin conditions