MSc (Education), MRPharmS, FFRPS Pharmacy Professional Development Manager, London Pharmacy Education and Training Helen has specialised in pharmacy education and training since 2003. Her main areas of interest are support for CPD, reflective practice and portfolio development; supporting workplace learning through mentoring, coaching and tutoring and supporting staff to use competency frameworks. Helen is also joint chair of the UKCPA E&T committee and the Lead for the NHS Pre-registration Recruitment Scheme for England & Wales. Helen was recognised as a Fellow of the RPS Faculty in the first wave of Faculty assessments.
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