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Whether it’s to prepare for the next Quality Payments Scheme deadline, or to increase your confidence in helping people with a learning disability, this section provides topic-specific pages that link to current NHS priorities.
This section will support you in keeping your knowledge and skills up to date in order to provide high-quality pharmacy services and be service-ready.
There are six weekly challenges to get your teeth into.
If you complete all six challenges you will receive the Learning disabilities learning campaign badge in your Badge collection in My CPPE.
Our clinical portfolio is expanding on a frequent basis, helping you to advance your knowledge and skills and deliver medicines optimisation in practice for all sectors of pharmacy.
From two new focal points a year to our small group learning for hospital pharmacists – Optimise – this section focuses on clinical pharmacy, diseases and therapeutics.
We do not expect you to complete the programme during this learning campaign; complete it at your own pace.
There are about 1.2 million people in England with a learning disability, which equates to approximately two percent of the population.
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Related learning The following learning is also important to ensure your competence for supporting people with a learning disability: In June 2016, NHS England, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and a number of professional bodies signed a pledge to tackle the over-prescribing of psychotropic medicines to people with a learning disability.
This took the form of the pledge: stopping over-medication of people with learning disabilities, autism or both (STOMP).
Don't forget to sign up using the button below and encourage your colleagues and friends to take part too.
Begin this learning campaign by reflecting on your current approach to people with a learning disability and their carers.Watch the video below of Shaun Webster who has a learning disability.