COVID-19 Pharmacy Resources

This page has been developed to host a range of educational and induction resources for all pharmacy staff and students being deployed or redeployed to support the pharmacy workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This page will be regularly reviewed and updated in line with current advice and as new material becomes available.

During this unprecedented time, the GPhC have issued a joint statement with PSNI recognising that professionals may need to depart from established procedures in order to care for patients and people using health and social care services. 

General COVID-19 resources

Each of the individual COVID-19 pharmacy contains links to useful resources and tools specific to that area of practice, however we have collated some general COVID-19 resources below.

Please check regularly for the most up to date information as advice is constantly being updated.

Buttercups Pandemic Training for Additional Staff to Support Pharmacy Services

Community Pharmacy Scotland (CPS) coronavirus COVID-19 page

Health Protection Scotland for regularly updated information and Scotland-specific guidance for professionals and organisations

Medicines, Ethics and Practice (MEP) 43 (non-members of RPS will need to register details to access)

NES COVID-19 - Protecting yourself and your workplace environment

NES Psychosocial mental health and wellbeing support

NES Turas Learn COVID 19 page

NHS Inform for information for the public on COVID-19

Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) COVID-19 Hub

RPS guidance on ethical, professional decision making in the Covid-19 Pandemic

Specialist Pharmacy Service (SPS) COVID-19 material - includes useful information and aims to be relevant to all of the UK where feasible.  If there is local guidance on the same subject then this should be followed in preference to SPS documents.

The Association of Scottish Medicines Information Practitioners (ASMIP) COVID-19 webpage is intended as a hub to link to potentially useful websites relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.  There is no implied endorsement of the links by NHS Scotland or by Medicines Information.