The PCCAL consortium produces CAL (Computer Aided Learning) courseware to teach pharmaceutical and life science students.
ASCEPT in part funded the development of TCIWorks – a computer program designed for dose optimisation for individual patients to be used as a part of routine clinical care, and is available free to download from www.tciworks.info
- The NPS-ASCEPT National Prescibing Curriculum for Medical Students provides a series of online case-based modules teabing good prescribing skills, and was developed jointly by the NPS and ASCEPT.
- Medical, nursing and pharmacy students should obtain a username and password from their University. Junior medical officers and other new practitioners should obtain a username and password from the medical education office at their allocated hospital. Visitors should enter "visitor" for both the username and password.