CPPE launches ‘New Year, New Contract’ campaign

CPPE launches ‘New Year, New Contract’ campaign

January 22, 2020

The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has launched a ‘New Year, New Contract’ campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the new Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework (CPCF) and the opportunities it brings for professionals in all sectors of pharmacy. The campaign will run for six weeks and each week will cover a different element of the contract:

Week Weekly focus of the campaign
1 How the CPCF supports the delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan and how community pharmacy can work towards achieving these wider NHS goals
2 The NHS Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS)
3 How Primary Care Networks (PCNs) collaborate with community pharmacies and other primary care teams
4 The Pharmacy Quality Scheme (PQS)
5 Public health and how the NHS Long Term Plan aims to put prevention at the heart of the NHS
6 How the launch of more clinically focused services will be tested and introduced in community pharmacies between 2020 and 2024

Unlike previous campaigns, CPPE has released all the information and learning on their website page at the start of the campaign so this is available to view straight away.

When pharmacy professionals have looked at the information on all the elements of the contract shown, have reflected on their learning and current practice and shared with CPPE the first step they are going to take to make the best use of the opportunities offered by the new CPCF, they will then receive a virtual badge to add to their collection on their CPPE learning record.

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