Non-medical prescribers have an important part to play in practice, but the demands on time to support them through the prescribing course is high...
Historically, this support could only be provided by a medic but all of the healthcare regulators have amended their standards to allow non-medical prescribers to be the supervisors / assessors of prescribing students.
This webinar will explore the role of a Designated Prescribing Practitioner (DPP) / Designated Medical Practitioner (DMP) and supervisors of non-medical prescribing students in practice. We will look at:
- Who can perform this role
- What competencies are needed
- How becoming a DPP will support you in your career development
We are hoping to discuss a case study and also to provide some resources, too.
Organised by the Training Hub, his session is offered to all non-medical prescribers (nurses, pharmacists, and AHPs) and GPs interested in developing their education and supervision skills, and to all PCN / practice management staff who'd like to learn about the benefits of having non-medic assessors in their organisation.
To register interest in joining this course, please complete the sign-up form here.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
BNSSG Training HubOrganizer of Designated Prescribing Practitioners (DPP) webinarFunded by Health Education England, the Hub's role is to unite and support all members of primary, community, social, and voluntary care within Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire.
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