Welcome to PrescQIPP Practice Plus

PrescQIPP Practice Plus is a new professional network developed to connect PCN and practice pharmacists and pharmacy technicians with each other and to the wider NHS. Led by experienced clinical practice pharmacists, this network will support your development and enable the sharing of good practice as well as support with problem solving.

Monthly Webinar
A monthly webinar led by expert clinical practice pharmacists.
Professional Discussion Forum
Exclusive members only access to an online chat forum.
Best Use of Prescribing Data
All the tools you will need to be able to access and utilise prescribing data.
Virtual Clinical Masterclasses
Join our regular webinars to hear a wide range of experts on a variety of clinical topics.
Clinical System Training
Online training for all GP systems.
E-Learning Discounts
10% discount on all PrescQIPP e-learning packages purchased individually.

Next monthly webinar

15th March 2023 - 12.45 – 13.45pm

TAILOR project: Deprescribing medicines in older people living with multimorbidity and polypharmacy 

Dr Joanne Reeve is a Consultant in Primary Care Medicine and Professor of Primary Care Research at Hull York Medical School.

She recently led a massive Health Technology Assessment synthesising the research literature to help understand how best to support deprescribing in older people living with multimorbidity and polypharmacy. She will share her team’s insights about the need to support structured approaches to deprescribing and highlight the need to integrate patient-centred and contextual factors into best practice models.

About PrescQIPP

PrescQIPP is an NHS funded not-for-profit organisation that supports quality, optimised prescribing for patients. We produce evidence-based quality assured resources and tools for primary care, and provide a platform to share innovation and best practice across the NHS. One of our strengths is the development of many virtual professional networks to support our pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in their different roles across the NHS in the UK.