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Social media is a great way to share your thoughts, learning and experiences. Link up to our Twitter account @CSfPP and CPPE’s Facebook and Linkedin pages. All the key pharmacy organisations are linked together, so it’s a great way of keeping in touch.

Help others by sharing your experiences in:

  • using the self-assessment MRCF form
  • working with your patients and using the patient feedback form
  • what you found interesting in the CPPE distance learning programme on consultation skills
  • how you have applied the new practice standards in consultation skills
  • improving your consultation skills
  • what you have recorded as part of your CPD
  • using this website and what could be added in the future.

Follow us and tweet your successes and experiences @CSfPP. Share your ideas about ways to get more pharmacy professionals involved with this important area of pharmacy practice. If you have ideas about other social media that might be helpful, such as LinkedIn, Tumblr or Snapchat, let us know.

Tell us what you are doing to promote best practice in consultation skills by sending your news items to: so that we can share it with others via the news section of this website.

This is a national programme of change in pharmacy, involving more than 60,000 pharmacy professionals in England, including pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pre-registration pharmacy trainees. All the pharmacy sectors are involved: hospitals; community pharmacies; primary care; GP practices; care homes; secure environments, and the armed forces. The learning also needs to filter through to those who are training the next generation of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in universities and colleges. You can help by sharing your ideas and experiences.