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In this section we list all of the 'What's new' items from across the website.


News: Scottish Improvement Leader (ScIL) Programme

Scottish Improvement Leader (ScIL) Programme

News: Stewart McNair - NES Pharmacy Foundation Training in Primary Care

Recently Stewart McNair, REACT and GP Practice Pharmacist, completed the NES Pharmacy Foundation Programme in Primary Care.

News: New Resource: Atrial Fibrillation

We are delighted to launch a new e-Learning resource on Atrial Fibrillation

News: NES Pharmacy Advanced Expert Professional Practice module in Pharmaceutical Care of Older People - Joan Hay

Joan Hay recently completed the Advanced Expert Professional Practice module in Pharmaceutical Care of Older people.

News: New NES Pharmacy Staff Members

Our team within NES Pharmacy is growing and over the next few news posts we are going to be introducing our new staff members.

News: Fiona McMillan - Poster Prize Winner

Fiona McMillan - Poster Prize Winner

News: Meet our Tutors - Angela Flynn

Continuing our series of short introductions of our local tutors, this month we introduce Angela Flynn, Senior specialist tutor in Tayside

News: New Resource: Pharmacy First Extension

NHS Education for Scotland in collaboration with NHS Forth Valley and NHS Lothian are delighted to launch the Pharmacy First Extension resource to support implementation of new PGD's in line with Pharmacy First initiative

News: Have you considered PBSGL to support your Revalidation?

PBSGL (Practice Based Small Group Learning) is a method of CPD where you learn through facilitated peer discussion, using specially designed educational modules. It is an ideal way to meet your revalidation requirements, through CPD, peer discussion and reflection on your practice.

News: Foundation Pharmacist Role Analysis

Shape the future training and development of foundation pharmacists across the UK!