Webinar: Pharmacy Leadership in the NHS in England
In this recorded webinar from Alison G Eggleton, you will learn about the pharmacy leadership structure within the NHS in England, the key responsibilities of the main leadership roles, the ways in which pharmacy leadership works with other NHS leaders to plan and deliver services, and the professional development pathways in place that help pharmacists develop leadership skills throughout their career.
This webinar was recorded in 2020 and made freely available by BPS Assessment. Click here to access this free webinar.
New monthly feature in Prescriber magazine
We are pleased to announce a new monthly feature in Prescriber magazine that will allow readers to test their prescribing knowledge across a range of medication safety topics. Every month we will feature one question item from the Prescribing Skills Assessment question bank, brought to you by BPS Assessment, with answers and formative feedback provided. You can try this month’s question item for yourself here.
Hear from the experts: Improving prescribing confidence with the Prescribing Skills Assessment
On Tuesday 5th October, BPS Assessment and the Turkish Pharmacological Society hosted a webinar to examine how prescribing skills should be taught and evaluated in order to improve prescriber confidence and patient safety.
Professor Simon Maxwell, Medical Director of the Prescribing Safety Assessment, was joined by Professor Sinem Ezgi Gülmez and Professor Hakan Orer of Koç University School of Medicine, to discuss the importance of teaching prescribing skills.
The talks in this webinar:
- Encouraging greater knowledge and skills amongst future prescribers (Professor Simon Maxwell)
- Rational pharmacotherapy teaching: Groningen revisited (Professor Hakan Orer)
- Continuous pharmacology training starting from the 3rd year of medical school till graduation (Professor Sinem Ezgi Gülmez)
The recording of this short webinar is available to watch now.
To speak to one of our team about implementing this assessment at your school or organisation, get in touch.