Pharmacists

Here you’ll find training, education and support available to pharmacists with an interest in blood lipids and cardiovascular health.

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Training supported by HEART UK

 Find online and face-to-face courses suitable for pharmacists. All these courses have our full support.

Diploma/MSc in Preventive Cardiovascular Medicine

HEART UK are pleased to be working with Diploma MSc who produce an awarding-winning online postgraduate course for health professionals

Assessment and Management of Familial Hyperlipidaemia Funded by Amgen

This resource, composed of 10 clinical cases, assesses the user’s knowledge and understanding on the assessment and management of Familial Hyperlipidaemia. Successful completion of the resource provides 1 hour of CPD.

Management of Hypertension

This resource, composed of 10 clinical cases, assesses the user’s knowledge of the management of hypertension. Successful completion of the resource provides 1 hour of CPD.

Assessing Chest Pain

This resource, composed of 5 clinical cases, assesses the user’s knowledge on assessing chest pain. Successful completion of the resource provides 1 hour of CPD.

Study PRN Cardiology Bundle

This bundle of various Cardiology CPD resources will provide you with a variety of high quality learning material throughout the year.

Lipid Management Funded by MSD

This resource, composed of 10 clinical cases, assesses the user’s knowledge on the assessment and management of lipid disorders. Successful completion of the resource provides 1 hour of CPD delivered.

PCCJ CPD Programmes

These resources are CPD point accredited and include topics covering what’s new in FH genetics, managing FH and lipid modification guidelines. The programme is managed by the Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal.