The NPPG is here for you as a paediatric pharmacist / technician whether it is your chosen speciality, just a part of your job or even if it is just an interest.
NPPG was formed in 1994, with an aim to improve the care of neonates, infants and children by advancing the personal development of pharmacists and the provision of quality pharmacy services in relation to practice, research and audit, education and training, communication and advice. The annual conference is held in the autumn of each year and attracts delegates from around the world

Membership is open to any pharmacist, pharmacy technician or corporate body with a pharmaceutical interest in paediatric or neonatal pharmacy. Members will receive newsletters, relevant drug information letters, access to the NPPG web site and email discussion groups plus a reduced rate for the annual conference. 
The group has links with various paediatric organisations. The Medicines Committee is a joint committee of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) and the NPPG. The Medicines Committee has highlighted paediatrics at a Government level and as part of that framework a national paediatric formulary (Medicines for Children) has been produce. This venture has now joined forces with the BNF and in mid 2005 the first BNF for Children was distributed to all prescribers.  NPPG also works closely with several Department of Health groups, as well as NICE and the Health Commission.

There are two options to join NPPG or renew your membership:
  • If you wish to pay by cheque click here to download a form
  • If you are an existing member and wish to pay by Standing order click here

Specialist sub-groups

Various specialist and geographical subgroups enable members with related interests to share information and formulate policy. Currently these include the Paediatric Oncology Pharmacists group (POP), the Scottish Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists group (SNAPP) who have produced a distance learning package for paediatrics available here the PICU group, the NICU group and the Scandinavian sub group. These groups now have discussion groups on the web site.
 

Communications

As a member you can help us by sharing your experience, we hope we can help you by disseminating everybody elseís experiences. What better way of showing your commitment to paediatric pharmacy than by being a member of the nationís largest paediatric pharmacy group?
Membership is £35 and will run from 01.01.17 to 31.12.17.
NPPG is a company limited by guarantee (4620347) and a registered charity (1117648).
 

The registered address is: 38 Myrtle Drive, Burwell, Cambridge, CB25 0AJ

Administration address is: NPPG Administrator, c/o Profile Productions, Boston House, 69-75 Boston Manor Road, Brentford, TW8 9JJ
Phone: 020 37255840


Extract from the Central Register of Charities maintained by the Charity Commission for England and Wales
Main Charity 1117648 NPPG LIMITED 

Charity Correspondent
Mr Nigel Gooding
38 Myrtle Drive
Burwell
Cambridge
CB25 0AJ

Trustees: Stephen Tomlin, Philip Dale, Diana Mowbray, Nigel Gooding
Website Address
www.nppg.org.uk 
Governing Document
 MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED 18 DECEMBER 2002 
Objects 
A) The advancement of education and training in paediatric and neonatal pharmacy and in pursuance of that object but not further or otherwise to facilitate and promote the education, personal development and training of pharmacists in the provision of quality paediatric and neonatal pharmacy services for the benefit of the general public.

B) The promotion and undertaking of research and audit and the provision and communication of information and advice concerning paediatric and neonatal pharmacy for the benefit of the general public.

Area of Benefit NOT DEFINED IN PRACTICE NATIONAL 
Area of Operation Throughout England and Wales 
Registration History 22 Jan 2007 Registered

Classification
What

  • General charitable purposes
  • Education / training
  • The advancement of health or saving of lives

Who

  • Children / young people

How

  • Makes grants to organisations
  • Provides services
  • Provides advocacy / advice / information
  • Sponsors or undertakes research

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