Apply for community pharmacy postgraduate courses funded through the Pharmacy Integration Fund
Improve your clinical skills and knowledge to deliver enhanced roles in practice through fully funded, award-bearing courses for community pharmacists.
Apply now with the University of Bath for a funded place in Bath or London, starting in November 2018
Are you a pharmacist working in a community setting?
The community pharmacy profession is changing and becoming integrated into the wider NHS healthcare team, with new roles being created.
Give your career a boost and be prepared for these enhanced medicines optimisation roles. Develop clinical decision-making, communication and consultation skills with fully-funded training courses, supported by NHS England and Health Education England, through the Pharmacy Integration Fund.
Places are limited and funding will close in March 2019.
Courses are online and interactive, some have a face to face workshop. You can study clinical and therapeutic topics across a range of conditions faced in a community pharmacy setting.
You can access HEE funding for separate courses or combine courses for a Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy Practice.
You are eligible to apply if you are a community pharmacist with support from your employer.
How employers can support staff
Prepare your workforce for future medicines optimisation roles in community pharmacy by supporting your staff to access these fully-funded accredited courses.
Any community pharmacist can apply with the support of their employer. Pharmacists can be based in any community setting from large and medium sized multiples, independent pharmacies to locums.
The University of Bath runs workshops in Bath and London. Find out more about the courses, dates and how to apply for your fully-funded place:
We are also pleased to be working alongside our partner organisations:
Pharmacy Integration Fund
Post-registration Training for Pharmacists is supported by NHS England and Health Education England through the Pharmacy Integration Fund.
It will strengthen and diversify the pharmacy workforce and help to improve patient care.
The fund has been set up by NHS England to enable pharmacist and pharmacy technician integration in primary care as part of new multi-disciplinary healthcare teams, making the most of their clinical skills, particularly for the benefit of people with long-term conditions.