Congratulations to recredentialed members

Denise Taylor and Svetlana Jankovic have demonstrated their continuing expertise in mental health pharmacy, by presenting evidence of their recent work and professional development. Denise Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology at the University of Bath. She is a well-known figure in CMHP circles having served on CMHP Council for several years, including… Read more »

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Recredentialing success

John Lawton, Kate Masters and Steve Buckley have all recredentialed with the College over recent months, having presented evidence of their professional development and expert practice. John Lawton is Clinical Pharmacy Services Manager (Nottingham) and Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. He is positive about his role saying: “I find it rewarding that on a daily… Read more »

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Recredentialing success

Patricia Mabeza is Lead Pharmacist at the Millbrook Mental Health Unit, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. CMHP Assistant Registrar Jonathan Cavan said of her work: “Patricia’s commitment to advancing the quality of mental health prescribing by leading on audit within her organisation was most impressive.” Patricia says: “One of the rewarding parts of my job is working with  a… Read more »

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CMHP endorses new learning disabilities programme

The College of Mental Health Pharmacy welcomes the launch of the The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education’s latest distance learning programme – Learning disabilities. The programme has been designed to enable pharmacists working in mainstream settings to respond more effectively to the needs of people with a learning disability, their carers and their support workers, to… Read more »

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