Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health Professions

Postgraduate Training for Pharmacists is supported by NHS England and Health Education England through the Pharmacy Integration Fund. The fund has been set up by NHS England to enable pharmacist and pharmacy technician integration in primary care as part of new multidisciplinary healthcare teams, making the most of their clinical skills for the benefit of patients. This is only available to pharmacists working in community or health and justice pharmacy settings in England.

Postgraduate programmes in Clinical Pharmacy and Independent Prescribing

Clinical Pharmacy

This part-time programme is designed to support you to develop the knowledge, clinical skills and behaviours required to provide more patient-centred care as part of multidisciplinary healthcare teams.

Suitable for pharmacists from a range of backgrounds, including those working in the Health and Justice sector.

Independent Prescribing

Designed for you to acquire prescribing rights to become an autonomous practitioner, shape your clinical practice and increase your career options. Completion enables you to apply for annotation on your GPhC registration.

Can be taken as part of the Clinical Pharmacy programme or on its own.

Clinical Pharmacy in General Practice

The Centre for Postgraduate Pharmacy Education (CPPE) was awarded a contract worth £10m from Health Education England to develop and deliver a package of education for the GP pharmacists. 

Enrol on Module 2 of the Pharmacists in General Practice CPPE National Pathway with the University of Exeter.