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Prescribing Safety Assessment Author Training 2018

The Prescribing Safety Assessment (PSA) is a collaborative project led jointly by the British Pharmacological Society and MSC Assessment. This workshop provides information and training on the PSA system to enable participants to author questions for the PSA.

21 Sep 2018

Abstracts deadline:

Registration deadline: 14 Sep 2018

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The Prescribing Safety Assessment (PSA) is a collaborative project led jointly by the British Pharmacological Society and MSC Assessment, which enables UK medical students to demonstrate that they have achieved basic competency in the safe and effective use of medicines. It is now a requirement that junior doctors must have passed the PSA in order to complete Foundation Year 1.

In order to become a registered PSA author, attendees must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Registered UK doctor or pharmacist
  • In active clinical practice
  • Some experience in medical undergraduate and/or Foundation year doctor teaching
  • Willing to commit to writing 10-15 items per year for the PSA
  • Able to attend a peer review event once per year typically in May in Leicester. Travel and accommodation costs will be covered in line with our expenses policy for this event.

This year’s author training is now full. To be added to a waiting list for next year or to find out more:

Please do not hesitate to contact Lee Page (lee.page@bps.ac.uk / 020 7417 0110)

In your email please explain how you meet the eligibility criteria for the workshop in order to be added to our waiting list for future training.

Download the meeting flyer

Venue:

British Pharmacological Society  
16 Angel Gate
City Road
London
EC1V 2PT
United Kingdom 

Phone: 0207 2390183
Email: meetings@bps.ac.uk