Several organisations have worked together to develop this consultation skills programme and they are here to support you. Click on the organisations listed below to find out more about the support they can offer. You are also welcome to contact CPPE if you have any general queries.

If you practise in England you can access a range of online resources from CPPE, as well as local events supported by local tutors. If you work in a large organisation and would find it helpful to have a visit from a member of the CPPE team to discuss the wider promotion of this learning and development programme, then just contact CPPE

The RPS provides a focus for useful discussion forums via their website, as well as a mentoring scheme. Local practice forums are ideal ways to network - why not talk to your local practice forum about running a local event? We have included more specific information about the support the RPS can offer on the RPS pages of this website.

Think about contacting your local APTUK branch to run an event on consultation skills Join their Facebook page, or follow them on Twitter to share your learning, liaise with colleagues and ask for support from others. You’ll find more information about the support available from APTUK on their page of this website.

Local colleagues and work partners are an invaluable source of support. Other healthcare professionals who are in a similar role to you can offer insights into how they have applied the practice standards for consultation skills to their practice. Why not try to find a buddy and share experiences?

We are sure your employer will want to help you improve your patient consultation skills. Ask for consultation skills to be included on agendas at meetings or in training schedules. Take a look at the Employers and trainers section of this website for more information.

Look at the Social media page for ideas about extending your working and learning support networks.