Head of Pharmacy Integration, NHS England
Anne is responsible for leading the Pharmacy Integration Fund (PhIF) transformation programme established in 2016 to support the introduction of new integrated clinical services for community pharmacy such as the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service and the Blood Pressure Check Service. The programme led the Integrating Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation (IPMO) initiative spearheading system transformation for ICSs for pharmacy and medicines. The PhIF supports the development of the clinical pharmacy workforce across primary care and the next phase of the programme is to work with ICBs to develop a future commissioning framework that supports prescribing in community pharmacy clinical services. Anne’s early career in hospital pharmacy encompassed a range of clinical services specialising in HIV and AIDS before taking up the position of Director of the South East Thames Regional Health Authority Medicines Information Service at Guys Hospital. Anne holds a Masters in Health Policy from Imperial College London and a Masters in Pharmacy Practice, University College London and spent two and a half years in South Africa working for the Health Services Development Unit, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Anne became a Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in 2018 and is a Founding Fellow of the College in Clinical Informatics.
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