Educational Supervisors Study Session for MR, MMS & PCS Educational Supervisors Study Session for MR, MMS & PCS

About the training:

Every candidate completing our Medicines Management Skills Programme, Medicines Reconciliation Skills Programme and the Patient Consultation Skills Programme must have an allocated Educational Supervisor to facilitate and support them through their training period.  In order to become an Educational Supervisor, you must complete the online MMS, MR and PCS Educational Supervisor Training Package.

The training package consists of a series of video presentations and quizzes, providing you with knowledge of and testing your understanding of our medicines management related programmes, your role and responsibilities as an Educational Supervisor, and the associated programme handbooks and appendices.  The package also includes multiple video tutorials with step-by-step instructions and demonstrations of how to perform tasks on the e-portfolio system – VQ Manager.

The training package is delivered solely online and can therefore be accessed at your convenience at a time and place that suits you.  You will be provided with continual access so it can be used as a reference tool if ever you should need to recap anything you have learnt, even once you are up and running.

Pre-requisites

Candidates wanting to become an Educational Supervisor for the Medicines Management Skills Programme, Medicines Reconciliation Skills Programme and the Patient Consultation Skills Programme should:

  • Be an experienced pharmacist or a pharmacy technician who is accredited in the modules they will be supervising or has equivalent experience at the workplace to be acknowledged as occupationally competent
  • Be recommended for the role by the Chief Pharmacist

Register

If you wish to become an Educational Supervisor for the Medicines Management Skills Programme, Medicines Reconciliation Skills Programme and the Patient Consultation Skills Programme or are an existing Educational Supervisor and wish to refresh your knowledge, please email pharm.cpdreg@uea.ac.uk

Further Information

For further information, please email: Sharon Walker, Kate Cannon or Chloe Beale, Specialist Pharmacy Education & Training Technicians