Community Pharmacy Quarterly Engagement Meeting – Nottinghamshire West CCG

Tuesday, 21 April, 2015 7pm
Stapleford Care Centre, Church Street, Stapleford


 

To be held on Tuesday 21st April, 7pm to 9.15pm

Stapleford Suite, 3rd Floor, Stapleford Care Centre

Sandwiches with tea & coffee will be available from 6.45pm

 

 Booking is essential as places are limited to a maximum of 25. To book your place email: Rachael.harrold@nottinghamwestccg.nhs.uk  Closing date for bookings Friday 6th March

AGENDA
 7.00pm 

 Welcome and Introductions

Dr James Read, NHS Nottingham West CCG, Prescribing GP Lead

 

7.05pm

NHS Nottingham West CCG Update

Demonstration of GP clinical systems; EMIS and SystmOne

Dawn Gajree, Primary Care Pharmacist

7.25pm

NHS England Update

Samantha Travis, Clinical Leadership Adviser / Controlled Drugs Accountable Officer

Derbyshire / Nottinghamshire Area Team

7.45pm to 9.15pm

Training Session: Inhaler Techniques

Emma Anderson

Centre for Postgraduate Pharmacy Education (CPPE) Tutor

Community Pharmacist, Manor Pharmacy

 Did you know only 7% of healthcare professionals could demonstrate all the recognised steps in administration including assessment of inspiratory flow using the in-check device? (Baverstock M, Woodhall N & Maarman V 2010). And the Isle of Wight Inhaler Technique project showed that pharmacist who delivered good inhaler training as part of MURs produced outcome data over 9 months that showed a 50% reduction in emergency hospital admissions due to asthma, a 50% reduction in length of stay in hospital due to asthma and 75% reduction in asthma related deaths. This workshop will provide an overview of the clinical skills required to support respiratory patients to manage their condition and maximise the patient’s quality of life.

 

Date of Next Community Pharmacy Quarterly Engagement Meeting

Thursday 16th July, 7pm in the Stapleford Suite, 3rd Floor, Stapleford Care Centre

 

Training: To Be Confirmed

 

 



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