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Covering the major therapy areas with advanced clinical content and delivering clinical updates which include the consultation and soft skills needed when managing patients with long term conditions. 

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07 Oct 2018
  1. CLINICAL THEATRE
    The presentation is aimed at staff who work in a community or primary care setting and who do not specialise in the management of mental health disorders.  In whatever setting someone works they will ...
  2. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Clinical medication review is an integral part of medicines optimisation. However when using medication review tools, there can be a tendency to focus on medicines rather than on the patients’ needs a ...
  3. CLINICAL THEATRE
  4. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Community pharmacy has the potential to play an important part in reducing the urgent care burden. Developing clinical examination skills supports the vision for a more clinical role in community phar ...
  5. CLINICAL THEATRE
    The ever expanding availability of new insulins presents exciting opportunities for the management of diabetes.  However how do we use these insulins and fit them in with the currently available insul ...
  6. CLINICAL THEATRE
    This presentation will cover what is aphasia and dysphagia and how pharmacists can utilise tools to communicate effectively with aphasic patients and how to modify oral medications for patients with s ...
  7. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Urgent and emergency care is one of the new care models highlighted in the NHS five year forward view. The model can mean different things to different healthcare professionals. This presentation will ...
  8. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Pharmacy Integration is about the greater use of pharmacy professionals in new, integrated local care models to deliver improved patient care. This involves: • Working in new roles as prescribing phar ...
    Sponsor(s)
    NHS
  9. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Sponsor(s)
    NAPP
  10. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Heart failure affects 26 million patients word wide, is a common reason for admission to hospital and causes considerable mortality and morbidity for patients.  This session will provide an overview o ...
  11. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Summary Care Record and NHS mail have become essential tools in pharmacy clinical practice across all care settings. This session will be delivered by Mohammed Hussain who has pioneered and lead on bo ...
    Sponsor(s)
    NHS
  12. CLINICAL THEATRE
08 Oct 2018
  1. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Improving patient safety is at the heart of our profession. Medication Without Harm, the World Health Organization’s third global safety challenge, was launched last year. Patient safety is now a hot ...
  2. CLINICAL THEATRE
    50% patients with long-term conditions are non-compliant, including those with glaucoma  Pharmacist-led engagement and working with patients to raise awareness Pharmacist-led Consult pilots supporting ...
  3. CLINICAL THEATRE
    The WHO 5 year challenge to improve the safe use of medicines asks for improved shared decision making so that patients and carers are encouraged to ask questions about their medications and health an ...
    Sponsor(s)
    NHS
  4. CLINICAL THEATRE
    The presentation will focus on an example of a collaborative working project between secondary care and community pharmacy to enrich diabetes care across a locality. Community pharmacy is a relatively ...
  5. CLINICAL THEATRE
    NRAD and where are we now: why it’s important to priorities these patients. What to cover in annual asthma review. Top tips for tackling asthma annual review DNAs Learning outcomes: Which asthma patie ...
  6. CLINICAL THEATRE
    To explain the principles of RightCare and how these may be applied to medicines optimisation in practice. How using the pathway approach enables us to consider medicines as part of a pathway. To cons ...
    Sponsor(s)
    NHS
  7. CLINICAL THEATRE
    • Present guidance from key national publications to highlight what clinical pharmacy services fit for an ageing population should look like. • Use service data and real patient scenarios to demonstra ...
  8. CLINICAL THEATRE
    In this session, Martin will examine the aetiology of incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD), indicating the clinical and economic impact of this increasing condition. He will discuss these problems ...
    Sponsor(s)
    Gama
  9. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Care home medicines optimisation is sporadic across England. This programme aims to deploy care home pharmacists and pharmacy technicians across all STPs and ICSs in England. Backed up by a comprehens ...
    Sponsor(s)
    NHS
  10. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is a common arrhythmia encountered in practice and a major risk factor for stroke.  In England, AF has been estimated to affect 1.36 million people, with half a million living ...
  11. CLINICAL THEATRE
    Hayley will describe her journey and findings from her WCMT fellowship which took her to New York, Nova Scotia and Washington. On the journey, she met with researchers, pharmacy teams, other healthcar ...
    Sponsor(s)
    NHS  England

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