General Practice Package

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GENERAL PRACTICE

 

This course is specifically tailored towards training health care professionals working in general practice.

You will learn and understand how to take a thorough drug history and make relevant and appropriate consultation records in line with NHS guidance. This will allow you to reach formal diagnoses, formulate differential diagnosis plans and be able to perform full clinical examinations. This programme also allows you to fulfil your CPD requirements. Modules are practical led sessions applying theoretical knowledge taught by an experience consultant pharmacist.

This course can be used in conjunction with pharmacist revalidation. It prepares pharmacists to work in general practice  as part of the new government initiative to increase the number of Pharmacists in Primary Care Networks (PCNs).

 

All modules are delivered by our Expert Recognised Consultant Prescriber Pharmacist – Mohammed Harb – MPharmS (Hons), Practice Pharmacist Lead for PCMS.

Location: London Medical School, 208 Upper Richmond Road, SW15 6TD. The training times are 6pm-10pm.

Special Offer – buy all 9 modules for only £1,200 (regular price for modules bought separately is £1,350)

LONG TERM CONDITIONS

Hypertension - £150

Aim:

  • To establish a pharmaceutical treatment for patients with hypertension

Objectives:

  • To understand the anatomical background of hypertension
  • To be able to examine a patient with hypertension
  • To be able to prescribe in line with NICE guidelines

Prescribing in Mental Health - £150

Aim:

  • To establish a pharmaceutical treatment for patients with mental health

Objectives:

  • To understand the anatomical background of mental health
  • To be able to examine a patient with mental health
  • To be able to prescribe in line with NICE guidelines

Diabetes Online - £150

Aim:

  • To be able to prescribe for type 2 diabetes in general practice

Objectives:

  • To understand how to initiate drug treatment
  • To understand how to offer lifestyle advice
  • To learn how to interpret diabetes related blood results
  • To understand co-morbidities alongside diabetes

Asthma - £150

Aim:

  • To be able to demonstrate effective prescribing practices regarding asthma

Objectives:

  • To interpret spirometry and other diagnostic tools results
  • To understand and be able to identify asthma & COPD red flags
  • To understand the pharmacological interventions

ASTHMA and COPD - £150

Aim:

  • To be able to demonstrate effective prescribing practices regarding asthma and COPD

Objectives:

  • To interpret spirometry and other diagnostic tools results
  • To understand and be able to identify asthma & COPD red flags
  • To understand the pharmacological interventions

ACUTE CONDITIONS

Cardiology - £150

Aim:

  • To be able to demonstrate clinical effectiveness during a cardiology consultation.

Objectives:

  • To learn how to carry out a cardiology consultation
  • To learn how to appropriately examine heart function
  • To understand heart anatomy and how this aids you in a clinical consultation

ENT - £150

Aim:

  • To be able to demonstrate clinical effectiveness when presented ENT issues.

Objectives:

  • To learn how to carry out ENT examinations
  • To learn ENT anatomy
  • To learn how to carry out an ENT consultation

Dermatology - £150

Aim:

  • To be able to demonstrate clinical effectiveness when presented with skin conditions.

Objectives:

  • To learn how describe skin lesions
  • To learn how take a thorough history (past, family & social history)
  • To learn how accurately diagnose skin conditions

Respiratory - £150

Aim:

  • To be able to conduct a consultation with patients presenting with chest infection symptoms.

Objectives:

  • To be able to conduct a full clinical examination of the chest
  • To be able to rule out any red flags
  • To be able to distinguish between viral and bacterial chest infections
  • To be able to provide the most up to date treatment for chest infections
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