It’s fast approaching the Pharmacy Management National Forum which has chosen Patient-Centred Pharmacy as its theme.
The forum, which is free to NHS delegates, focuses not only on the use of medicines but also their impact on patient care and the resources of the NHS.
The event, which is in its sixth year, is on 10 November and returns to the Novotel Conference Centre in West London.
The forum is supported this year by a number of contributions from Academic Health Science Networks around the country. The day allows a choice of Satellite Sessions from a selection of 24, plus ample time in the Innovation Zone where colleagues will be demonstrating their advances.
The Health Innovation Network is providing the following sessions:
- Patient Centred inhaler technique assessment and adherence support led by pharmacists using RightBreathe – Mandeep Butt and Dr Azhar Saleem
- AF work being developed nationally by all the AHSNs – Helen Williams
- An experience based co-design approach to pharmacy services – Catherine Dale
- “Walk in my Shoes” – an experiential learning exchange project between GPs and Pharmacists – Cleo Butterworth
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN:
- Polypharmacy Project (Funded by the Health Foundation) – Tony Jamieson & Chris Ranson
- Electronic Transfers of Care to Community Pharmacy – Learning from regional adoption – Andrew Shakeshaft (Head of Programmes, Innovation Agency, Academic Health Science Network for the North West Coast); Hassan Argomandkhah (NHSE and Chair of LPN Merseyside); Matt Harvey (Chief officer, Liverpool Pharmaceutical Committee); Kevin Noble (Managing partner Pinnacle Health Partnership) and Sally Wright (Researcher, Liverpool John Moores University)
The full list of the sessions can be found here.