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    I'm havign a bitch of a time getting through the CPPE MUR on-line accreditation. I can't get past the 2nd part. Anyone got any ideas where I can find all fo the MUR regs listed?


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    Linnear MRPharmS

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    Can't help you there, I'm afraid: as soon as the cppe website detected my RPSGB number was from an address in Wales, it refused to even let me see the course...Damn Sassenachs!
    So I did the "skills for the future" one from the Medway School instead, all the materials & CD-rom were included in the C&D magazine over the last 2 years...
    Dead Easy, a day's work, if that!
    Ze genuine Article, present & perfect!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Linnear
      I'm havign a bitch of a time getting through the CPPE MUR on-line accreditation. I can't get past the 2nd part. Anyone got any ideas where I can find all fo the MUR regs listed?
      There was a book that came round from the PSNC.

      However the old Wordstar shortcuts do allow you to cut and paste the questions (and your answers) into a word file so that you can revise for your second attempt.

      Jeff

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      • #4
        Finally Bl**y done it!

        Found a Moss training pack that helped me throught he dodgy questions on part 2.

        Anyone else having problems major stumbling blocks I had were:

        GP has to have given permission

        A bystander can sit in as long as patient gives consent.

        Patient doesn't have to have been on drugs for 8 weeks.


        Hope this helps others


        Thing is I'm now MUR qualified but I'm not telling anyone! I've done it to prove a point to myself and so that I'm qualified if there ever comes a day that we have to be.

        Until then i'm keeping schtum! Unless they offer extra pay for MUR accredited locums!
        Linnear MRPharmS

        Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: The biggest cause of brain damage and 100% preventable.

        In pregnancy: 1 fag is not safe, 1 x-ray is not safe and 1 drink is not safe.



        For handy pharmacy links try
        pharmacistance.co.uk

        If you like my posts or letters in the journal try my books!
        eloquent-e-tales

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        • #5
          Well done Linnear

          Originally posted by Linnear
          Finally Bl**y done it!
          Congratulations Linnear! Hope you had a glass or two to celebrate!
          Yup and I would also keep it quiet - I have qualified, but no consulting room has been installed yet (What a pity!!)

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          • #6
            I can just feel that you're totally gutted Womble!
            Linnear MRPharmS

            Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: The biggest cause of brain damage and 100% preventable.

            In pregnancy: 1 fag is not safe, 1 x-ray is not safe and 1 drink is not safe.



            For handy pharmacy links try
            pharmacistance.co.uk

            If you like my posts or letters in the journal try my books!
            eloquent-e-tales

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            • #7
              Ok I admit it, I haven't even looked at it yet. Do you just log onto the CPPE website and go from there?

              Did it let you know you had passed straight away Linnear, or did you have to wait a while?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Linnear

                Thing is I'm now MUR qualified but I'm not telling anyone! I've done it to prove a point to myself and so that I'm qualified if there ever comes a day that we have to be.

                Until then i'm keeping schtum! Unless they offer extra pay for MUR accredited locums!
                I too have avoided doing MUR/anything extra. Quite simply because I'll be expected to do MURs on top of five billion billion squillion items without any extra staff.

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                • #9
                  That's a lot of items! I thought I was busy!
                  Linnear MRPharmS

                  Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: The biggest cause of brain damage and 100% preventable.

                  In pregnancy: 1 fag is not safe, 1 x-ray is not safe and 1 drink is not safe.



                  For handy pharmacy links try
                  pharmacistance.co.uk

                  If you like my posts or letters in the journal try my books!
                  eloquent-e-tales

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                  • #10
                    MUR accreditation

                    The CPPE programme is not exactly a walk through the park .Part 1 is very easy especially if you've done most of their distance learning packs,Part 2 is not so easy and you need the Drug Tariff ,focusing mainly onthe minister's of health service specification,Part 3 is okay ...in my opinion part 2 is the tricky part ,the other parts are fine.

                    I'm Keele accredited..that was great fun

                    Any one need MURs done.....I'm available for weekend bookings
                    Kemzo the pharmacist forumly known as kemzero

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                    • #11
                      Re: MUR accreditation

                      I'm expected to have this Mur accreditation in the next 3 months. So which is the best way to have it?

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                      • #12
                        Re: MUR accreditation

                        CPPE accreditation is free but can be annoying. Already on this board is some help I've given on passing the second (Hardest) section.

                        If you're being made to be accredited I assume that you are an employee following company orders. In which case get them to stump up the cash for the Reading Uni course which is more comprehensive and easier to pass.
                        Linnear MRPharmS

                        Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: The biggest cause of brain damage and 100% preventable.

                        In pregnancy: 1 fag is not safe, 1 x-ray is not safe and 1 drink is not safe.



                        For handy pharmacy links try
                        pharmacistance.co.uk

                        If you like my posts or letters in the journal try my books!
                        eloquent-e-tales

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                        • #13
                          Re: MUR accreditation

                          I've actually done my MUR and sent it off - along with my sixty quid for marking it! I sent it ages ago, but haven't heard anything yet. Does anyone know how long it takes? I did the Medway one, and was told on the phone by them it can take weeks, but that was weeks ago!
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                          • #14
                            Re: MUR accreditation

                            I attended a one day course given by Claire McKay at sigma offices in watford. Very very intensive but at end of day we all stumped up the cash and our certs followed a few weeks later.
                            That was over a year ago and not done one MUR since, what I would love is a forum with worked actual examples.
                            johnep

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                            • #15
                              Re: MUR accreditation

                              Originally posted by johnep View Post
                              I attended a one day course given by Claire McKay at sigma offices in watford. Very very intensive but at end of day we all stumped up the cash and our certs followed a few weeks later.
                              That was over a year ago and not done one MUR since, what I would love is a forum with worked actual examples.
                              johnep
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                              Anonymise the patient, give them a near DoB and let us all get to work on it?
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