26 Mar 2020
Cardiff
Wales

Pharmacy Management Celtic Conference

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Agenda

Celtic Conference for Pharmacy in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on Thursday 26th March 2020

This meeting is supported by the United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, Wales.

08.45 - 09.30 Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing in the Networking Zone
09.30 - 09.40 Welcome and opening address: Graham Brack, Head of Communications and Integration. Pharmacy Management
09.40 - 10.00 Key note address: Andrew Evans, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Wales
10.00 - 10.05 Movement time
Session Room 1: DEVELOPING THE PHARMACY WORKFORCE Room 2: PHARMACEUTICAL CARE ACROSS HEALTHCARE SETTINGS Room 3: HARNESSING INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY
Session 1 10.05 - 10.55 (Wales)
WORKSHOP - Community Pharmacy unscheduled care services to improve access and ease GP workload

Alison Hughes, Dr Adam Mackridge and Llyr Hughes
(Scotland)
Is drug use in Scotland a death sentence and, if so, how can pharmacy Intervene?

Professor Catriona Matheson and Dr Carole Hunter
THEME: BUILDING THE COMMUNITY PHARMACY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMME (BCPP) IN NI: SHOWCASING PROJECTS

(Northern Ireland)
PART 1
Community is the best medicine

Kathy Martin

PART 2
Building the Community Pharmacy Partnership in Practice (Autism, Diabetes, Mother and Baby)

Gemma McCartan
Session Room 4: ENHANCING PATIENT EXPERIENCE IN FRAIL PATIENTS Room 5  
Session 1 10.05 - 10.55 THEME: DOMICILIARY CARE
(Wales)
PART 1: Domiciliary medicines administration to frail patients.

Emyr Jones

(Scotland)
PART 2: Multidisciplinary (MDT) polypharmacy reviews of housebound frail older patients in the primary care setting in South West Edinburgh

Karen Reid
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10.55 - 11.25 Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing in the Networking Zone
11.25 - 11.30 Movement time
Session Room 1: Room 2: Room 3:
Session 2
11.30 - 12.20

(Northern Ireland)
WORKSHOP - How to Build the Pharmacy Team of the Future

Facilitators: Cathy Harrison, Anna Fay, Dr Roisin O'Hare

THEME: SPECIALIST ROLES FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIANS

(Northern Ireland)
PART 1
Specialist Technician for antimicrobials.

Ann Bateson

(Northern Ireland)
PART 2
Clinical Pharmacy Technicians - prioritising care and minimising risk.

Linden Ashfield
(Wales)
Digital versus Human Pharmacist: can technology be used in the validation of rheumatology prescriptions?

Amy Jayham and Reuben Morgan
Session Room 4: Room 5:  
Session 2
11.30 - 12.20

THEME: URGENT CARE
(Northern Ireland)
PART 1:
Medicines optimisation on a frailty ward.

Dr Karen Miller and Kevin Madden
 

(Scotland)
PART 2:
Urgent provision of repeat prescriptions by community pharmacists using national PGD's

David Thomson

Anticoagulation in stroke prevention: optimising clinical and medicines management

Dr Ian Menown and Michael O'Neill

This promotional symposium is organised and sponsored by Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd.

12.20 - 13.20 Lunch
13.20 - 13.25 Movement time
Session Room 1: Room 2: Room 3:
Session 3
13.25 - 14.15
THEME: CARE HOMES

(Northern Ireland)
PART 1: WORKSHOP
Polypharmacy continues to ‘Fail the Frail’…are we too weak to tackle the issue?

Jayne Agnew, Paula Crawford

(Wales)
PART 2
Prudent medicines management in Care Homes - a bottom-up approach.

Rhys Howell
(Wales)
Developing a Clinical Technician role to lead a ward based pharmacy service.

Rhys Clarke
(Scotland)
Enhancing and diversifying the pharmacist skill set to meet the demands of modern General Practice.

Gordon Rushworth
Session Room 4: Room 5:  
Session 3
13.25 - 14.15
(Scotland)

Innovative workforce planning: building a system-wide workforce plan to deliver a pharmacy technician workforce for the future

Alexa Wall, Susan Menzies, Stephen McBurney, Seonaid McIntyre

THEME: DEVELOPING THE PHARMACY WORKFORCE  

How do we quality assure experiential learning for student pharmacists? The Scottish journey

Dr Ailsa Power

The future shape of the community pharmacy contract in Wales

Rhodri Thomas and Mark Griffiths

14.15 - 14.45 Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing in the Networking Zone
14.45 - 14.50 Movement time
14.50 - 15.45 Guest Speaker: Lowri Morgan, Endurance Adventurer and Athlete
15.45 - 16.00 Reprise of the day: Professor Rose Marie Parr, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Scotland
16.00 - 16.15 Celtic Conference 2021 Vision: Cathy Harrison, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Department of Health, Northern Ireland
16.15 CLOSE

This event will be funded by the following pharmaceutical companies through the purchase of exhibition stands, posters, sponsored satellite sessions and corporate sponsorship. These companies have had no input into the design or content of the workshop agenda but will be in attendance on the day.

Alliance Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Amgen Ltd, Aspire Pharma Ltd, Astellas Pharma UK Ltd, Biogen Idec Limited, CIPLA Europe Ltd, Consilient Health Ltd, Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd, Eli Lilly and Company Ltd, Ferring Pharmaceuticals Limited, First Databank Ltd, Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists, GSK Plc, Mylan UK Healthcare Ltd, Napp Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Orion Pharna UK Ltd, Pfizer Ltd, Sanofi, Scope Opthalmics Ltd, Takeda UK Ltd, Teva UK Limited, Thornton and Ross Ltd

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