Please complete the information requested on this page to express your interest in undertaking the NMP course in the next academic year (One form per person please)
Please show your DMP this document and get agreement from them before your complete this form. DMP do not need to be Medical practitioners but will need to have undertaken the relevant training to undertake this role.
Non medical prescribing course places are no longer commissioned for primary care by HEE. The way funding for these modules is allocated has also changed, there is now HEE allocated CPD money for registered Nurses and registered Health Care Practitioners working in Primary Care (excluding Pharmacists and those working for OOH or 111), this is £1000 over 3 years. If you have accessed a HEE funded module this year 20/21 then this will have been deducted from your CPD allowance.
For staff wishing to undertake this course the cost will be @£2000. For those who do have CPD money this can be used towards the course up to your £1000 limit, the training hub have also managed to bid for funding to support the extra £1000 to make up the shortfall. The training hub are working with the universities to identify available training places, these may be with UWE, Plymouth or Exeter Universities.
The need for you to undertake this course should be in your professional development plan and the Practice development plan, this should in turn inform the PCN training plan.
If you are considering working towards an advanced level of practice NMP modules are included as part of year 2 of the pathway, please contact [email protected] to discuss options for accessing the advanced practice pathway funding.
Paramedics please ensure you have read the Independent Prescribing and Paramedics FAQs prior to applying
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