Herefordshire and Worcestershire LPC


February 2, 2017 Information0

These are the handouts from the Quality Criteria Workshops:

New Contract Quality Criteria Handouts Contents

2. Outline Plan to acheive Quality Criteria


3a. MUR_Submission_Template_FINAL(1)

4. Smartcard Support Flyer

5. SCR Mop up face to face sessions

6. SCR Set up Checklist

7. Information Governance Toolkit guidance website

7. Information Governance Toolkit Guidance – UserGuide-HowToRegister

7. IG Toolkit Quick Start

8. Complaints Annual report guidance

8. Complaints Record Form

9. Gateway – EPS Checklist page 1

9. Gateway – EPS Checklist page 2

10. Gateway – NHS Choices Updating guidance

10a. Gateway – NHS Choices Updating guidance

11. Gateway – NHS Mail Generic Account Set up Guidance

11a. PSNC News Alert NHSmail

11b. Quality Payments NHS Mail 29th December Updated

12. Gateway – NSHE December Guidance for all gateway requirements and full list of Quality Criteria

13. Quality Criteria – Patient Safety Documents

13a. Quality Criteria – Patient Safety Documents NPA Online

13a. Patient Safety Report

13a. Patient-safety-alert-audit-sheet

13b. near-miss-error-improvement-tool

13b. near-miss-error-log-and-table

13b . Medication-Safety-Incident-Report-Form-Pharmacy-Error-eForm

13b. Professional Standards Incidents

14. Quality Criteria – Safeguarding training record sheet

14. CPPE-_Safeguarding-003

15. Quaility Critiera- CPPQ Guidance

15b. Quality Criteria – CPPQ Guidance – Community Pharmacy Patient Questionaire

15b. Quality Criteria – CPPQ Guidance – Community Pharmacy Patient Questionaire 15b. Quality Criteria – CPPQ Guidance – Community Pharmacy Patient Questionaire Worksheet

16. Quality Criteria – HLP Level 1 National Criteria & Pharm Outcomes

16. Healthy Living Pharmacy Coventry Expression of Interest

16a . Quality Criteria – HLP Level 1 National Criteria & Pharm Outcomes

16a . Quality Criteria – HLP contractor guide

16b. Coventry-HLP-Prospectus-16-18-DRAFT-3

17. Quality Criteria – SCR increased useage details

18. Quality Criteria – Directory of Service updating

19. Quality Payments – Over Use of asthma treatments

19a. Quality Payments – Over Use of asthma treatments -referrals-Suggested-process

19b. Quality Payments – Asthma – GP-practice-briefing-document-asthma-reviews

19c. Quality Payments – Data-collection-form-patients-referred-for-an-asthma-review

19d. PharmOutcomes asthma

19e. Referral-form-asthma

19f. Template-letter-for-GP-practices-e-form

19g. GP-practice-briefing-document-asthma-reviews

19h. PSNC-Briefing-068.16-Referrals-for-asthma-review

20. Quality Payments – Dementia Friends

20a. Dementia-Friends- Quality Payment Requirement

20b. Dementia-Friends-record-sheet-v2

20c. PSNC-Briefing-073.16-Quality-Payments-–-How-to-become-a-Dementia-Friend

20d. CPPE – Dementia Friends

21. New Contract Quality Criteria January Session 22nd January

22. New-Contract-Quality-Criteria-January-Session-3-Digital

23. NHSE Quality Criteria Guide

24. QPS FAQs v2

25. Quality Payments Session Powerpoint March 2017 – New Contract Quality Criteria March Session 4 Claiming v0.3

February 1, 2017 Information0

For those who attended the Quality Criteria Sessions please find copies of the slides. The safeguarding contacts are towards the ends of the Pharmacist Slides and Safeguarding slides.



Child Sexual Exploitation



HLP Self Declaration

CPPE dementia_friends


February 1, 2017 Information0

Supporting your patients with diabetes to get the most from their injectable therapies: Community Pharmacy & General Practice working together

This project will use pharmacy intervention with NMS and MUR to improve knowledge and confidence in the correct injection technique for diabetes patients using injectable therapies leading to improved patient outcomes, reduced waste and greater cooperation between community pharmacy and general practice.

You can find further details on the documents below:




“Diabetes is the fastest growing health threat facing our nation. Over 3 million people are living with diabetes in England. If their condition is managed they can live longer and fuller lives. The cost of diabetes to the NHS will continue to rise. In order to control these costs, the Department & NHS must take significant action to improve prevention and treatment for diabetes in the next couple of years.”

Chris Askew Chief Executive Diabetes UK – State of the Nation 2016


Representing community pharmacy, working in collaboration with others, to improve the quality of health and wellbeing of the people in our counties.


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