There has never been a more exciting time to be a pharmacist. Working in GP surgeries allows Pharmacists to utilise and further advance on their clinical skills, run clinics, diagnose, prescribe and make a direct impact on patient care which results in better job satisfaction as well as better pay.
Many Pharmacists want to transition into GP surgeries which means competition is high for Clinical Pharmacist jobs. There is a lack of quality training and support available for Pharmacists who want to make this career progression.
Our team of experienced Clinical Pharmacists worked together with GPs, Practice Managers and Employers to develop a comprehensive and unique training program that helps Pharmacist transition into the GP surgery sector.
This training program is for any Pharmacist regardless of how long they have been qualified for and regardless of your industry sector be it community, hospital, prison etc. You will be given access to our online learning platform which is all you need to prepare for the workshop.
After this workshop you will be able to:
Efficiently use the GP surgery system
Safely re-authorise medication
Have the knowledge base for Conditions and Medications monitoring
Complete prescription tasks
Process clinic letters
What is included:
Access to our Online Platform Level 1 & Level 2
ONE-day interactive Workshop
ONE-week personal access to SystmOne
CPD Approved Certificate (10 CPD hours)
Template cover letter for job applications
This is all you need to get started in a GP Surgery.
Stand out by acquiring the fundamental knowledge base and skills that all employers will be looking for, giving you a competitive edge.
Using the latest technology we are able to provide you access to the GP system from the convenience of your home. Places are limited to 6 places per workshop to keep it fully interactive.
This workshop includes Level 1 and Level 2 content of the Clinical Pharmacist pathway.
“I enjoyed myself thoroughly during the workshop and I hope there will be many more to come for me to participate in.”
— Alex, Pharmacist
— Patrizia T, Pharmacist