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LearningProduct Adverse drug reactions

This resource  about Adverse Drug Reactions has been developed by NES and Yellow Card Centre Scotland (Centre for Adverse Reactions to Drugs Scotland).  We have encoutered errors when using Internet ...

Publication Guide to Good Prescribing Practice for Pharmacist Prescribers in Scotland

Developed by NHS Education for Scotland in conjunction with a range of experienced pharmacist prescribers from across the sectors of pharmacy practice and a geographical spread across the Health Board...

LearningProduct Frequently asked questions and Top Tips for pharmacist prescribers

The NES PAG NMP subgroup have developed some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and some Top Tips based on experience in Scotland on a variety of matters that may arise during prescribing training...

LearningProduct Professionalism

  After completing this resource on professionalism you will be able to: Define professionalism and describe how it impacts on behaviour and attitude   List the seven p...

PressRelease Launch of Pharmacist Assistant Training Programme

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) and the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) have launched a new distance learning resource for Pharmacist Assistants employed in the community pharmacy setting in Scot...

PressRelease New Dementia Resource for Scottish Pharmacists

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) has launched a distance learning pack to help pharmacists and pharmacy technicians gain the knowledge and skills they need to provide high quality, person-centred care...

PressRelease Medicines Reconciliation eLearning

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) in conjunction with Healthcare Improvement Scotland‘s `Safer Use of Medicines Network`, as part of the Scottish Patient Safety Programme, has launched a new e-learning...

PressRelease Adverse Drug Reactions e-Modules

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) in conjunction with the Yellow Card Centre Scotland has launched six new e-learning modules to support healthcare professionals in identifying and reporting Adverse Dr...

PressRelease GPhC and NHS Education for Scotland strengthen working relationship through MoU

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has agreed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with NHS Education for Scotland (NES). The purpose of the MoU is to ensure that the two organisations compl...

PressRelease Royal Pharmaceutical Society highly commends NES Pharmacy team for their excellence in education

Our Pharmacy team saw their work publicly celebrated at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Annual Conference in Birmingham on 8 September.