Specialty Registrar (StR) training at Pharmacology
The British Pharmacological Society provides dedicated annual training and assessment sessions for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (CPT) StRs during the annual Pharmacology meeting. The sessions aim to cover the major sections of the specialty training curriculum. As a learning aid our speaker presentations are made available online after the training session.
The StR assessment from December 2016 is available to download and complete
for agreed participants with password access. For details about permission/access to complete the assessment, please contact email@example.com
The CPT StR curriculum
The CPT specialty training curriculum is defined by the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB). The major sections of the curriculum are:
- Undertaking and interpreting clinical investigations including clinical trials.
- Optimising the therapeutic use of drugs.
- Detection and analysis of adverse drug effects.
- Contributing to the evaluation of medicines.
- And, poisoning management.
The full curriculum is available via the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board website.
In addition, the Society records a number of lectures that are complement the training offered during the annual Pharmacology meeting. These videos include prize lectures on areas of CPT and StR session lectures.
What else is available?
The Society also collaborates with the MHRA to provide dedicated training for CPT StRs. The most recent two-day training took place in January 2015. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details of future training sessions.