ELMMB logo
Facebook logo Twitter logo
Menu
E-learning Hub

E-learning Hub

E-learning
Welcome to the E-learning page.
The PrescQIPP courses are all CPD accredited and several also carry a NICE endorsement statement
Please click here to watch a 'fly through' video on the PrescQIPP E-learning home page, where you can also register to access the
available courses listed below.
We have put together a LOGIN Guide for Health Care Professionals<click here>
 
We can email you as new courses become available. Just fill in the form from this link and we'll add you to our mailing
list. http://www.elmmb.nhs.uk/enquiry-form/
 
Information on training available for Care Home Staff is availablehere


Anticholinergic burden.png
Reducing Opioid Prescribing in Chronic Pain.png
Polypharmacy and deprescribing.png
dependence-forming-medications.png
Practice medicines co-ordinators.png
medicines use in Care Homes 1.png
Medicines use in care homes 2.png
Managing medicines for adults receiving social care in the community C1.png
Managing medicines for adults receiving social care in the community C2.png
 
The learning from this course is supported by several videos  from Lelly 
Oboh, consultant pharmacist for older people at Guy's and St Thomas' 
Hospital and the NHS Specialist Pharmacy Service who talks about the 
practical application of each module to clinical practice.
Further information about the course and how to access the course is
included in the attached flyer
 

 
This e-learning course is CPD certified and is aimed at medicines
management teams, GPs practice pharmacists and non-medical prescribers. 
The course is split into eight bite sized modules and a final assessment.
Further information about the course and how to access the course is
included in the attached flyer.


 

NEW FOR 2021 - updated version [supersedes previous concise & full versions]
This course is aimed at GPs, nurse prescribers, PCN and practice pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, medicines optimisation teams and community pharmacists.
It is an update to the original 2017 courses and reflects the increased knowledge and evidence in this area. 
Further information about this new updated course and how to access the course is included in the attached flyer

This course is designed for medicines management teams, GPs, practice nurses, practice pharmacists and non-medical prescribers.

The course should take around 2.5 hours in total to complete, although it is recommended that is is done in short sections rather than the whole course at once, to allow sufficient time to read the accompanying references for the particular module. Further information about the course and how to access it is included in the attached flyer

 NEW 2020 Course - contains significant updates to previous module
The CPD certified Practice Medicines Co-ordinators (PMC) e-learning package 
is aimed at non-clinical staff in GP practices that manage the repeat  
prescribing process.
The course is split into eight bite sized modules and a final assessment.
Further information about the course and how to access the course is 

included in the attached flyer 

 
 
The Care Homes 1 e-learning package is aimed at all care home staff
involved with managing medicines. It is the first of several planned e-learning 
packages for Care Homes and includes 9 modules  in addition to three case
studies to help apply learning to practice.
Further information about the course and how to access the course is 

included in the attached flyer. 

 
The Care Homes 2 e-learning package builds on the content covered in the 
Medicines use in care homes course 1and includes 7 modules focusing on
key topics, in addition to three case studies that will help apply learning to 
practice.
Further information about the course and how to access the course is 
included in the attached flyer.
 
 
 
This is the first of two e-learning courses and is based on guideline 67 from  
NICE which was published in March 2017.
It focuses on the medicine-related processes which social care providers 
need to consider in relation to medicines use.
Further information about the course and how to access the course is
included in the attached flyer
 
 
 
This is the second course covering the subject and is based on guideline 67
from NICE which was published in March 2017.
This second course focuses on the practical issues relating to the provision of
medicines administration by social care providers
Further information about the course and how to access the course is
included in the attached flyer