Pharmacists, it’s time to seize the opportunity to expand your skills and enhance patient care. Health Education England (HEE) has a limited fund available for pharmacists who want to take their Independent Prescribing Course from a university. This is a valuable investment in your professional development and can greatly impact your role in providing comprehensive patient care.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to get your Independent Prescribing Course for free! The funds available are limited, so it’s important to act quickly to secure your spot. For more information and to apply, reach out to MEDLRN. Our team is here to help and guide you through the process, ensuring that you make the most of this fantastic opportunity. Don’t hesitate, apply now to take your career to the next level.
Letter from HEE
From Autumn 2022
Applications for training offers for 2022/2023 are now open.
Almost 3,000 Independent prescribing training places will be available to pharmacists who meet the required eligibility criteria:
- Community pharmacists (including locum pharmacists); Pharmacists employed in General Practice (who are not eligible for, or enrolled on, the Primary Care Pharmacy Education Programme (PCPEP) and those who are working to provide primary care services (e.g., working in primary care) who are not employed in ARRS roles); and Health and Justice pharmacists
- Pharmacists enrolled on CPPE’s Primary Care Pharmacy Education Pathway (PCPEP) and meet the PCPEP criteria to enrol on an Independent Prescribing Course
- Pharmacists working in an NHS Hospital Trust or Mental Health Trust (NHS managed sector); pharmacists working in an integrated care board, ICB (previously CCG pharmacists)
Courses are available from September 2022 to March 2023, with several universities offering multiple dates for cohort intakes.
University providers are now taking applications. Don’t miss out – check your eligibility and apply now.