Archived on 25 April 2021 – this content has expired.

Pro Delivery Manager – An NPA Webinar

Pro Delivery Manager – the digital order management system, designed for pharmacy.

Join Gary Jones the creator and founder of ProDelivery Manager, the the digital order management system, designed for pharmacy. This webinar is an introduction to the latest version of ProDelivery Manager, providing a background on how the software has been developed, how it can be used to optimise pharmacy deliveries and a live demo of how the software operates, helping delegates visualise how to transform current approach to deliveries and adopt a customisable digital solution. This webinar is open to all and those currently using PDMv2. Register here    …

NPA Healthy Living Pharmacy Leadership training – St. Albans

This leadership training is suitable for anyone with management or supervisory responsibilities in a community pharmacy, not only for pharmacy contractors looking to achieve HLP Level 1 status.

The NPA will be holding a Healthy Living Pharmacy (HLP) Leadership training session at the NPA office on Tuesday 17th March 2020. The training session is aimed at pharmacy contractors seeking to achieve HLP Level 1 status, as part of the Pharmacy Quality Scheme (PQS). The HLP leadership training session will cover areas such as: Building a great team – leading, motivating, delegating, developing self and others Communication How to give feedback How to manage conflict Group work – including examples and action plans Participants are presented with a certificate at the end of the session, which can be used as evidence to show they have met one of the HLP Level 1 quality criteria. In order to achieve HLP Level 1 status, a pharmacy must: Have at least one member of staff who has undertaken leadership training Meet the Public Health England HLP Level 1 quality criteria Have at least one member of staff accredited as a Health Champion – a Healthy Living Champion (HLC) course is available from the NPA   Book Now Need help? Call us on 01727 800 402 or email training@npa.co.uk Venue details:…

Digital Marketing Training for Pharmacies

Join NPA's Recommended Business Partner Wordsmith Digital for their training event that will equip you with the necessary digital skills, including social media, to help increase footfall and revenue for your pharmacy.

  The Training event will cover: How to boost your footfall How to use each of the social networks How to schedule posts and manage your time How to promote yourself to local audiences using boosted social media posts How to promote and boost your website Digital advertising for pharmacy services Practical advice on how to deal with patients and customers online Learning outcomes from the training event will include: Create and manage a digital presence Schedule posts to save time & create maximum impact Use an internet presence to increase footfall Manage common social media issues & pitfalls Use promotion to reach a wider audience Register Your Interest Now Further information about this event is available on Facebook, where you can find out more or register. Location details: To find out more about NPA’s recommended business partner Wordsmith Digital, click here.…
Archived on 5 February 2020 – this content has expired.

NPA Healthy Living Pharmacy Leadership training – Manchester

This leadership training is suitable for anyone with management or supervisory responsibilities in a community pharmacy, not only for pharmacy contractors looking to achieve HLP Level 1 status.

The NPA will be holding a Healthy Living Pharmacy (HLP) Leadership training session at the Crowne Plaza in Manchester on Wednesday 5th February 2020. The HLP sessions have been arranged for the afternoon before the Pre-reg study days, as the L&D pharmacists will already be travelling to these locations for the following day’s training – thereby saving on travel expenses. The training session is aimed at pharmacy contractors seeking to achieve HLP Level 1 status, as part of the Pharmacy Quality Scheme (PQS). The HLP leadership training session will cover areas such as: Building a great team – leading, motivating, delegating, developing self and others Communication How to give feedback How to manage conflict Group work – including examples and action plans Participants are presented with a certificate at the end of the session, which can be used as evidence to show they have met one of the HLP Level 1 quality criteria. In order to achieve HLP Level 1 status, a pharmacy must: Have at least one member of staff who has undertaken leadership training Meet the Public Health England HLP Level 1 quality criteria Have at least one member of staff accredited as a Health Champion – a Healthy Living Champion (HLC) course is available from the NPA   Book Now Need help? …
Archived on 17 March 2020 – this content has expired.

NPA Healthy Living Pharmacy Leadership training – Birmingham

This leadership training is suitable for anyone with management or supervisory responsibilities in a community pharmacy, not only for pharmacy contractors looking to achieve HLP Level 1 status.

The NPA will be holding a Healthy Living Pharmacy (HLP) Leadership training session at the IBIS Birmingham on Tuesday 10th March 2020. The HLP sessions have been arranged for the afternoon before the Pre-reg study days, as the L&D pharmacists will already be travelling to these locations for the following day’s training – thereby saving on travel expenses. The training session is aimed at pharmacy contractors seeking to achieve HLP Level 1 status, as part of the Pharmacy Quality Scheme (PQS). The HLP leadership training session will cover areas such as: Building a great team – leading, motivating, delegating, developing self and others Communication How to give feedback How to manage conflict Group work – including examples and action plans Participants are presented with a certificate at the end of the session, which can be used as evidence to show they have met one of the HLP Level 1 quality criteria. In order to achieve HLP Level 1 status, a pharmacy must: Have at least one member of staff who has undertaken leadership training Meet the Public Health England HLP Level 1 quality criteria Have at least one member of staff accredited as a Health Champion – a Healthy Living Champion (HLC) course is available from the NPA   Book Now Need help? …
Archived on 16 January 2020 – this content has expired.

NPA Healthy Living Pharmacy Leadership training

This leadership training is suitable for anyone with management or supervisory responsibilities in a community pharmacy, not only for pharmacy contractors looking to achieve HLP Level 1 status.

The NPA will be holding a Healthy Living Pharmacy (HLP) Leadership training session at the NPA office on Thursday 16 January 2020. The training session is aimed at pharmacy contractors seeking to achieve HLP Level 1 status, as part of the Pharmacy Quality Scheme (PQS). The HLP leadership training session will cover areas such as: Building a great team – leading, motivating, delegating, developing self and others Communication How to give feedback How to manage conflict Group work – including examples and action plans Participants are presented with a certificate at the end of the session, which can be used as evidence to show they have met one of the HLP Level 1 quality criteria. In order to achieve HLP Level 1 status, a pharmacy must: Have at least one member of staff who has undertaken leadership training Meet the Public Health England HLP Level 1 quality criteria Have at least one member of staff accredited as a Health Champion – a Healthy Living Champion (HLC) course is available from the NPA   Book Now Need help? Call us on 01727 800 402 or email training@npa.co.uk Venue details:…

Digital Marketing Training for Pharmacies

Join NPA's Recommended Business Partner Wordsmith Digital for their training event that will equip you with the necessary digital skills, including social media, to help increase footfall and revenue for your pharmacy.

The Training event will cover: How to boost your footfall How to use each of the social networks How to schedule posts and manage your time How to promote yourself to local audiences using boosted social media posts How to promote and boost your website Digital advertising for pharmacy services Practical advice on how to deal with patients and customers online Learning outcomes from the training event will include: Create and manage a digital presence Schedule posts to save time & create maximum impact Use an internet presence to increase footfall Manage common social media issues & pitfalls Use promotion to reach a wider audience   Register your interest Now   Location details:…
Archived on 3 June 2020 – this content has expired.

2020 PharmOutcomes® MasterClass sessions now confirmed

PharmOutcomes® have announced they will be holding two different MasterClass support sessions to assist licence holders in understanding system functionality and getting the best out of their Pharmaoutcomes® licence.

The sessions also aim to support users further and cover all aspects of Pharmoutcomes® and Outcomes4Health. The two types of sessions to be held will include the following training at the venues listed below: * Please be advised these sessions may be subject to postponement in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.  Training session What it will cover Venue time and date New Drop-In Sessions Contractors will be able to discuss specific training requirements or receive general training around: ·         Sending Messages ·         Editing Existing Service Templates ·         BB Codes ·         Reports ·         Claims ·         Admin Or ask questions about your own PharmOutcomes supported services (please include details in your email). 21 April 2020 Malmaison Manchester, 1-2 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 3AQ 2 June 2020 The Cleve Hotel & Spa, Mantle Street, Wellington, TA21 8SN Morning sessions: 9-10am, 10-11am and 11-12pm Afternoon sessions: 1-2pm, 2-3pm, and 3-4pm Service design This session will help build a service template from the beginning using a service specification. You must have a basic level of IT knowledge and experience of using PharmOutcomes as a commissioner. This class is aimed at licence holders who will be designing and building their own service templates. (This is a full day’s training and lunch will be provided).…

Digital Marketing for Pharmacies

This webinar will provide a detailed look at digital & social marketing methods by which you can promote your business and drive more footfall.

This event will be delivered by Ben Stockman and David Angell from Wordsmith, a NPA Recommended Business Partner. The webinar will cover: ·  A quick overview of social networks and how to use them ·  Content marketing and scheduling ·  Boosted posts and digital ads ·  Increasing footfall We will also be offering a face-to-face digital training session in the Autumn. Key benefits of this webinar include: Understand how to compete with large multiples in the busy online space  Learn to use time-saving techniques to promote your business digitally  Increase footfall to your pharmacy using the latest in Search technology Can’t make this date? Don’t worry – if you register your details, we will send you a recording to view on demand once it’s ready. Plus, receive bonus resources such as FAQs to the panel from the night and any action points, where applicable. Click here to access our library of past webinars.…
Archived on 17 January 2019 – this content has expired.

NPA Healthy Living Pharmacy Leadership training

This leadership training is suitable for anyone with management or supervisory responsibilities in a community pharmacy, not only for pharmacy contractors looking to achieve HLP Level 1 status.

The NPA will be holding a Healthy Living Pharmacy (HLP) Leadership training session at the NPA office on Thursday 17 January 2019. The training session will be delivered by Leyla Hannbeck, NPA Director of Pharmacy, and is aimed at pharmacy contractors seeking to achieve HLP Level 1 status, as part of the quality payments scheme. The HLP leadership training session will cover areas such as: Building a great team – leading, motivating, delegating, developing self and others Communication How to give feedback How to manage conflict Group work – including examples and action plans Participants are presented with a certificate at the end of the session, which can be used as evidence to show they have met one of the HLP Level 1 quality criteria.  Leadership training further details In order to achieve HLP Level 1 status, a pharmacy must: Have at least one member of staff who has undertaken leadership training Meet the Public Health England HLP Level 1 quality criteria Have at least one member of staff accredited as a Health Champion – a Healthy Living Champion (HLC) course is available from the NPA For further information on this or any other query, please contact the NPA Pharmacy team on 01727 891 800 or email pharmacyservices@npa.co.uk.…