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CPPE launches e-shop

03 Aug 2011

International customers can now purchase CPPE learning programmes online.

CPPE website

The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has launched an e-shop allowing all healthcare professionals globally to purchase their learning programmes. The Centre is based at The University of Manchester within the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and has developed high quality learning materials for the pharmacy professionals in England for almost 20 years.

Individuals can now buy programmes in PDF format or access online learning from the CPPE website. Topics include: Heart failure, HIV, Sexual health in pharmacies, Pain, Men’s health, Safer use of insulin and Substance use and misuse. There are over 150 learning programmes to choose from within the learning portfolio – many have taster images you can view on the website. The programmes also include information on how you can develop yourself to improve your own practice and improve patient care. As well as health and service related programmes there is a series of guides which can be used to improve individual skills in management, communication and negotiation.

“This initiative will now allow all healthcare professionals to utilise our programmes and learning materials for their continual professional development. It is an exciting time for both CPPE and The University of Manchester, as individuals globally can now access high quality programmes easily through the CPPE e-shop,” said Professor Christopher Cutts, director of CPPE.

To find out more about what CPPE has to offer, visit:

To sign up to CPPE’s e-shop, go to:

CPPE is a not-for-profit organisation based at The University of Manchester, offering continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities. It is funded by the Department of Health to provide CPD opportunities to all pharmacists and pharmacy technicians providing NHS services in England. All income from the sale of its programmes to a wider healthcare professional audience, both in the UK and internationally, is reinvested into further development of learning programmes.