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The Pharmaceutical Journal
Vol 269 No 7226 p769
30 November 2002

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Prescribing advice course goes online

The Centre for Postgraduate Pharmacy Education has put its prescribing advice course online. The course is based on the print version published earlier this year.

Pharmacists can access the course materials and receive assessments through the CPPE website (www.cppe.man.ac.uk). It has nine modules, two covering giving prescribing advice to general practitioners and interpreting prescribing reports and seven on specific disease areas. Pharmacists who register for the course will be able to submit multiple-choice assessments for immediate marking. Records of achievement can then be printed.

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