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News: Webinar – Facilitating Experiential Learning: University Update

Webinar – Facilitating Experiential Learning: University Update

News: Register now - IPC care home trainer programme

The programme is aimed at care home staff with an education remit. Applications accepted from all sizes of care homes and from NHS, private and local authority care homes.

News: Meet our Tutors - Brian Addison

Do you know who your local NES tutor is? We are creating a series of short introductions to help you identify your local tutor, and this month we are introducing Brian Addison, Senior Specialist Tutor for Grampian.

News: Educational Supervision training for the GP Clinical Pharmacist programme

NES Pharmacy have piloted new Educational Supervision training for the GP Clinical Pharmacist programme. Read about this pilot and when this will be rolled out nationally.

News: New resource: Hypertension

We are delighted to launch our new educational resource on Hypertension.

News: 2018 NES Annual Review

2018 NES Annual Review

News: Addititional Cost of Teaching (ACT) Funding for Undergraduate Pharmacists in Scotland

Funding for Undergraduate Pharmacists in Scotland

News: Infection control education resources now available on Turas Learn

Infection control education resources now available on Turas Learn.

News: PBSGL – an evidence-based way to meet your Revalidation requirements

Have you considered PBSGL as a learning method to meet your revalidation needs? A combination of peer discussion and reviewing your practice inline with an evidence-based practice

News: Angie's Story: Reflections on care home train the trainers programme

Listen to Angie's story where she discusses her experience on the NES care home trainer programme and the training that she delivers on infection prevention and control to her colleagues at Anderson Care Home and how she involves her ‘awesome’ residents.