CPPE Corner: New series of gateway pages launched

CPPE Corner: New series of gateway pages launched

May 17, 2018

The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has created a series of webpages linking to associated learning materials on a topic to assist the learning process. We spoke to Ange Brennan, Deputy editor at CPPE, to find out more.

CPPE has launched a set of new gateway pages on the website, designed to make the entire CPPE portfolio of learning materials more accessible and user-friendly.

The gateway pages are organised into three categories – NHS priorities, Clinical pharmacy and Public health. You can access these pages from the CPPE homepage using the drop-down menu in the top blue bar of the page, where the three categories of pages are listed. There are a wide range of topics covered with their own page.

Each of these individual gateway pages contain an introduction to the topic, details of related CPPE learning programmes and links to external resources. Through each page you can improve your knowledge and skills and contribute to your CPD by booking workshops, completing e-assessments, undertaking e-learning and accessing tools to support your learning and practice, all in one place on the CPPE website.

We have developed new learning material specifically for our gateway pages. These quizzes and individual case studies will allow you to easily engage with a topic area, meaning that you can continue to increase your knowledge and understanding in a variety of different pharmacy areas.

The gateway pages keeps a record of the material that you have accessed whilst you are logged into the CPPE website, meaning you can keep track of their learning across all of the pages.

Have a look at a selection of our gateway pages:

These pages, and many more, are all accessible from the CPPE homepage.

Even more gateway pages are in development. Keep an eye on the CPPE website for new pages which will become available in the coming months.



Posted in:


More Latest News >

Ask PSNC: Flu FAQs

The team at PSNC has received a number of queries on the NHS Flu Vaccination Service 2018/19, ahead of its...