26 Mar 2019
Edinburgh
Scotland

1st Pharmacy Management Celtic Conference

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Agenda

Celtic Conference for Pharmacy in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on Tuesday 26 March 2019

This meeting is delivered in Partnership with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Scotland and the United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association.

Please note that you can download a compact version of the agenda here.

8.45am
Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing in the Learning Zone

9.30am
Welcome and Opening Address – Ted Butler, Chairman, Pharmacy Management

9.40am
Keynote Address – Professor Rose Marie Parr, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Scotland

10.00am
Satellite Session One (Please note Satellites will be booked as a single option within a theme for each session, once booked they are not interchangeable within the themed time slot). There are 2 presentations in each strand running back to back i.e. delegates will not change room between each presentation. NB: Session will commence at 10.10am to allow for movement.

Delegates can choose ONE of these EIGHT options and a reserve choice in each timeslot.

THEME 1: What Is The Role For Pharmacists?
Option 1 (two presentations in the same room) Option 2 (two presentations in the same room) Option 3 (two presentations in the same room)
A view from the Highlands
Ian Rudd, Director of Pharmacy, NHS Highland, Scotland
What is the role for GP practice pharmacists?
Glynis McMurtry, Professional Head of Pharmacy, GP Federations, Federation Support Unit, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Primary Care Cluster Pharmacist roles
Lloyd Hambridge, Practice Based Clinical Pharmacist, Caerphilly East Neighbourhood Care Network, Wales
111 Out-of-hours service - pharmacists as key team members
Alexandra Gibbins, Professional lead for 111 Pharmacists - National 111 Programme, Wales
Inverclyde Pharmacy First
Audrey Thompson, Lead Pharmacist Prescribing Services, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Scotland
Integrating clinical pharmacy roles across sectors
Anne Friel, Head of Pharmacy & Medicines Management, Western Health & Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
THEME 2: Polypharmacy - Good Or Bad?
Option 4 (two presentations in the same room) Option 5 (two presentations in the same room) Option 6 (two presentations in the same room)
Pharmacy Anywhere – using telehealth to deliver pharmaceutical care
Claire Morrison, Senior Clinical Quality Lead, NHS Highland, Scotland
Role of a medicines adherence pharmacist
Jean Patterson, Specialist Case Management Pharmacist - Adherence and Support, Ulster Hospital, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
Polypharmacy and its management in the prison population
Thomas Cox, Lead Prison Pharmacist, HMP Berwyn Health and Wellbeing Centre, Wrexham, Wales
Polypharmacy - is the wrong prescription ever right?
Kate Macnamara, Practice Pharmacist, Fforestfach Medical Centre, Swansea, Wales
An Independent Prescriber’s experience - person-centred polypharmacy medication review within the Care Homes setting
Ruth Campbell, Pharmacist Independent Prescriber, Boots, Scotland
Pharmacist-led medication review of older people with an aim to deprescribing within the hospital setting
Julie Magee, Lead Pharmacist - Care of Older People, Antrim Area Hospital, Northern Ireland
Option 7 - Sponsored satellite session  Option 8 - Workshop 
Title to be Confirmed Cross sector collaboration
Facilitated by Michael Pratt, Pharmacy Consultant, Scotland
  NB: Workshops will be highly interactive sessions to consider the challenges, develop approaches for the future and help you 'stay ahead of the game'.

 

11.00am
Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing in the Learning Zone

11.30am
Satellite Session Two (Please note Satellites will be booked as a single option within a theme for each session, once booked they are not interchangeable within the themed time slot). There are 2 presentations in each strand i.e. delegates will not change room between each presentation. NB: Session will commence at 11.40am to allow for movement.

Delegates can choose ONE of these EIGHT options.

THEME 3: Innovation - What Is Really Happening?
Option 1 (two presentations in the same room) Option 2 (two presentations in the same room) Option 3 (two presentations in the same room)
Innovation in Community Pharmacy
Bernadette Brown, Pharmacist Practitioner, Cadham Pharmacy, Fife, Scotland
Development of the Regional Medicines Optimisation Innovation Centre (MOIC)
Dr Glenda Fleming, Deputy Director of the Medicines Optimisation Innovation Centre (MOIC); Training, Service Development and Research Pharmacist, Northern Health & Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
Choose pharmacy - a platform for innovation in community care
Emma Williams, Lead Pharmacist - Community Pharmacy & Primary Care, Cwm Taf Local Health Board, Wales
Pharmacy research strategy
Dr Sarah Hiom, Chair of the Pharmacy Research Wales Steering Group, All Wales Specialist Pharmacist R&D, St Mary’s Pharmaceutical Unit, Cardiff, Wales
Innovating rural pharmacy – similar needs, different approach
Anthony McDavitt, Advanced Clinical Pharmacist & Prescribing Advisor, NHS Shetland, Scotland
Use of the Small Business Research Initiative in pharmacy Innovation
Cathy Harrison, Deputy Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Department of Health, Northern Ireland
THEME 4: How Can Medicines Safety Be Improved?
Option 4 (two presentations in the same room) Option 5 (two presentations in the same room) Option 6 (two presentations in the same room)
National NSAID communication bundle
Mark Easton, National Clinical Lead Pharmacist, Healthcare Improvement Scotland (Primary Care Portfolio)
Making insulin treatment safer
Rosemary Donnelly, Lead Diabetes Pharmacist Ulster Hospital, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
Development and implementation of DERS for smart infusion pumps: a pharmacist’s experience
Dianne Burnett, Lead Medicines Information Pharmacist, Withybush General Hospital, Wales
Improving medicines safety in frailty patients
Lowri Davies, Frailty and Chronic Conditions Cluster Pharmacist, South Ceredigion GP Cluster, Wales
Shared learning summaries
Speaker -TBC
Developing the role of a discharge pharmacist – the ups and downs of a new service
Dr Tracey Boyce, Director of Pharmacy and Medicines Management, Southern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
Option 7 - Sponsored satellite session  Option 8 - Workshop 
Title to be Confirmed GP practice- based pharmacists
Facilitated by: Darrell Baker, Director of Pharmacy and Medicines Management, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Wales
  NB: Workshops will be highly interactive sessions to consider the challenges, develop approaches for the future and help you 'stay ahead of the game'.

 

12.30pm
Lunch, Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing in the Learning Zone

1.30pm
Satellite Session Three (Please note Satellites will be booked as a single option within a theme for each session, once booked they are not interchangeable within the themed time slot). There are 2 presentations in each strand i.e. delegates will not change room between each presentation. NB: Session will commence at 1.40pm to allow for movement.

Delegates can choose ONE of these EIGHT options.

THEME 5: What Is Patient/Person Centred Care?
Option 1 (two presentations in the same room) Option 2 (two presentations in the same room) Option 3 (two presentations in the same room)
Can we help address the healthcare needs of people who are homeless?
Richard Lowry, Lead Pharmacist, Research and Development Clinical Pharmacist, Homeless Health Service, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Scotland
Regional Palliative Care Network
Peter Armstrong, Lead Pharmacist, Northern Ireland Macmillan Palliative Care Pharmacy Service Improvement Project, Mater Hospital, Belfast
INR service via Community Pharmacy
Rachel Davies, details TBC
Profession-led discharge: the 'Green Ward' model
Sue Hanson and Jane Barnes, Clinical Pharmacist and Pharmacy Manager, Nevill Hall Hospital, Wales
DOT-C: Community Pharmacy Hep C treatment
Andrew Radley, Consultant in Public Health Pharmacy, NHS Tayside, Scotland
A population approach for Community Pharmacy working within the IMPACTAgewell® Social Prescribing Project
Jonathon Lloyd, Community Pharmacist, Director in Primary Care and Community Together (PACT), Northern Ireland
THEME 6: How Can The Quality Of Care Be Improved?
Option 4 (two presentations in the same room) Option 5 (two presentations in the same room) Option 6 (two presentations in the same room)
Improving population level care in heart failure
Paul Forsyth, Lead Pharmacist - Clinical Cardiology (Primary Care)/Heart Failure Specialist, West Glasgow Ambulatory Care Hospital, Scotland
Medicines optimisation in older people
Carmel Darcy, Consultant Pharmacist (Older People), Altnagavin Area Hospital, Western Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
Care Home medicines: Community Pharmacy Enhanced Service... the first year
Timothy Banner, Principal Pharmacist, Head of Patient Services, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Wales
Patient support by the Renal Specialist Team
Christopher Brown, Consultant Renal Pharmacist, Swansea, Wales
Development of a therapeutics portal for patient and clinicians
Patricia Hannam, Primary Care Clinical Pharmacist, NHS Highland, Scotland
Case management study in GP practices
Mark McCrudden, Lead Pharmacist -Unscheduled Care, Antrim Area Hospital, Northern Ireland
Option 7 - Sponsored satellite session  Option 8 - Workshop 
Title to be Confirmed Workforce planning
Facilitated by: Professor Michael Scott, Director, Medicines Optimisation Innovation Centre (MOIC) and Head of Pharmacy and Medicines Management, Northern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
  NB: Workshops will be highly interactive sessions to consider the challenges, develop approaches for the future and help you 'stay ahead of the game'.

 

2.30pm
Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing in the Learning Zone

3.00pm
Guest Speaker – Steve Head, Inspirational Speaker, Trainer, Coach and Author

3.45pm
Reprise of the day - Cathy Harrison, Deputy Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Northern Ireland

4.00pm
Celtic Conference 2020 Wales Vision - Andrew Evans, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Wales

4.15pm
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