PM Academy Webinar Series
The UKCPA/JOMO study day has become the main event in the respiratory pharmacy calendar. Despite the challenges this year this speakers and sessions were excellent.
NHS attendee at the UKCPA/JOMO respiratory study day
|Event Name||PM Academy Webinar Series|
|Location||Virtual - Joining link will be sent 48 hours prior|
|Start Date||2:00pm 09/09/2020|
|Finish Date||3:45pm 09/09/2020|
|Booking Closes||5:00pm 07/09/2020|
A regular series of fortnightly webinars to support professional development and enhancement of patient care by the sharing of best practice.
Utilising PM Trainers from the successful Clinical Leadership in Pharmacy (CLIP) programme to deliver practical learning sessions of skills designed to aid personal and organisation development.
To complement skills acquisition there will be a second session in the webinar to exchange best practice which will be delivered by presenters whose satellite sessions have been significantly oversubscribed at Pharmacy Management Conferences.
It is anticipated the PM ACADEMY will be very popular so early registration for each Webinar is recommended.
WEBINAR SESSION SYNOPSES AND SPEAKER DETAILS
Calming the mind and body - Imogen Gray
This session will explore mindfulness and gratitude to identify some simple methods which you can embed in your everyday routine to help you to improve your resilience. You will learn how to train your brain to better handle stress, as well as how to calm your mind and body when stress causes racing thoughts and tension.
The role of pharmacy in reducing falls in older people - Derek Taylor; Assistant Director of Pharmacy - Governance and Risk, Royal Liverpool University Hospital
One third of those over 65 years and half of those over 80 years of age will fall at least once a year. Falls have a significant impact on an individual’s quality of life and general health as well costing the NHS at least £2.5 billion per year. This session will focus on risk factors for falls, ways to identify those patients at higher risk of falls, current national falls guidelines and the need for multifactorial assessments. It will also highlight those medicines that can contribute to an increased risk of falls and how Pharmacy can contribute to reducing this risk of falls by a detailed medication review in order to reduce the risk of further falls as well as optimising treatment for osteoporosis. This input can occur in a variety of healthcare settings as part of a multidisciplinary review service.
Further information if required from [email protected]
Our webinars are sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry. However, the agenda for each webinar is independently managed, and developed by the internal Pharmacy Management team.
|Agenda||Download Agenda PDF|
|Contact Name||Katie Fraser|
|More Details||Email for more details.|
|Your booking is always provisional until we confirm it!|