Association for Prescribers


Continuing professional development (CPD) modules are currently being developed. Once completed the modules will only be available to ANP members via the Community login. Click here to access.

Lecturer Resources

A bank of examination questions for NMP university lecturers is currently being developed. Questions will be grouped under the following categories:

  • Pharmacology
  • Numeracy
  • Other

This section of the site will be password-protected and only available to university lecturers who are registered ANP members. Could any lecturer wishing to contribute to the bank of examination questions please send an electronic version of the question to:


TherapeuticsPLUSTM is a learning programme for healthcare professionals developed by Prescriber and the Medway School of Pharmacy in association with Pfizer and accredited by the ANP. This platform is aimed primarily at non-medical prescribers, but will be relevant and of value to all healthcare professionals. Each module covers a different therapeutic area and should take between 3 to 5 hours to study. At the end of each module is an automated multiple choice test which if passed, allows the user to print a certificate of completion for their CPD records. The first module currently live on the site is smoking cessation, with other modules in neuropathic pain, asthma and COPD planned for release throughout the year. New users can register free of charge by clicking here.

Chair's Blog:

Annual Conference 2018

We are very busy organising this Year’s conference. This will be our 20th Annual Conference and will be held on the 20th of November 2018...

Great news for paramedics

The case for paramedic prescribing now seems to have the support that it needs, we welcome paramedics joining the AfP. ...

Annual Conference 2017

Thank you to all who attended the Annual Conference last Thursday. I really enjoyed chairing my first conference as the AFP chair – lots ...

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