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What's New

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


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.

News: NES Pharmacy Foundation Training update

This article contains an update on Foundation Training in Scotland, the development of Turas to support Foundation Training and the update of the NES programme in Wales and South East of London.

News: New resource : Information Governance for the pharmacy team

We are delighted to launch our new e-learning module "Information Governance for the pharmacy team"

News: Our Strategic Framework

We are approaching the end of our current Strategic Framework 2014-2019, 'Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland', which has aligned our annual operational activities, outcomes and targets to five themes and nine key outcomes.

News: Community Pharmacy Teach and Treat clinics

We are delighted to announce the launch of our first Teach & Treat clinics within community pharmacy.

News: Leadership Links at Leadership and Management Zone

Leadership Links provides bite-sized learning opportunities for leaders and managers at all levels:

News: Annual Report 2016-2017 is now live

Our 2016-17 Annual Report is now live.

News: Antibiotics - Handle with Care

Antibiotics - keep them working and handle with care. We all have a role to play.