Article for the Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK (APTUK) Journal
Tracey Tisley and Diane Blunden ran a workshop titled 'Improving Patient Adherence - How can you help?' at this year's Annual ATPUK Conference held in Birmingham. The workshop was well received and had excellent feedback and evaluation from the delegates.
Tracey has written an article on her experience of delivering the workshop which will be published in the APTUK's summer journal this August. The journal is free to APTUK members and can be accessed from their website.
Details of how to join the APTUK can be found on their website at www.aptuk.org
Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK (APTUK) Annual Professional Conference 2014
LPET will be delivering two interactive workshops at the Annual ATPUK Conference in Birmingham this year. Diane Blunden and Tracey Tisley will be running a workshop titled 'Improving Patient Adherence - How can you help?'. and Emma Walker and Dawn Edwins will run the second workshop titled 'From Student to Professional'.
The conference is being held at Aston University, Birmingham, on 13 – 14 June 2014. Please click here to view the programme and for details of how to enrol. We hope to see you there.
AIMM to meet your New Year's resolution
Are you a pharmacy technician new to medicines management or looking to develop your existing skills in this area?
There are still limited places available on Cohort H of the Accreditatation in Medicines Management (AIMM) for pharmacy technicians course which starts on Tuesday 04 February 2014. It is not too late to register, please contact Tracey Tisley or Diane Blunden for further details. Alternatively visit the AIMM page on our website for further information.
We value your feedback - You said we did!
For the ASTSW programme you fed back that for some of your Trusts the majority of training was on a one to one basis and not group learning. We listened and have changed the workplace training assignments to incorporate one to one training