Information for Current Practitioners
1. Change Assigned Learning Set
Please note that our website has a full list of upcoming learning sets here:
If you need to find out what group you are in for the Learning Sets (October 2012 - August 2013) please refer to the following list:
2. Assessment Dates For 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 Academic Year
Assessment dates for 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 academic year can be found here by clicking the link below.
If you have special needs (such as a pregnancy, injury or other recent problem) which means you will require special exam arrangements for this session, you should contact admin team or registry as soon as possible to discuss your requirements. you can be reach Registry, tel: 020 7753 5958, email: email@example.com.
If you are entitled to special exam arrangements because of a declared disability or chronic condition for which you have already provided documentary evidence, please contact John to confirm ongoing arrangements.
You can read more about Special Examination Arrangement on UCL school of pharmacys website
3. Dates for RITA Submission
The deadlines for RITA submissions are listed below for each of our intakes:
4. Update Student Practitioner Details
The JPB requires all practitioners to keep the following information up to date:
- Email address
- Home address
- Contact number to be used only with urgent messages
- Current hospital position and contact details so that JPB can reach you at work if necessary
- Practice Tutor details (name, email address and contact number)
- DAP titles and hospital base for DAP (as and when they are decided)
If you need to update your details with the JPB this can be done via portico which can be accessed through the Information Service Division on the UCL website.
5. Progress Tests
As part of ongoing development of the Postgraduate Diploma in General Pharmacy Practice, a regular progress test is being introduced in February 2010 to track practitionersí progress throughout the programme. Thereafter the test will be completed in July and January each year for the duration of the programme.
6. Journal Podcasts
The New England Journal of Medicine, The British Medical Journal and The Lancet now produce weekly podcasts that provide a summary of the weeks articles. These podcasts can either be accessed via their websites or through iTunes by searching for "NEJM", "BMJ" and "Lancet".