PM Academy Webinar Series: Preventing the common dysfunctions of High Performing Teams | Respiratory Medicines Optimisation in Primary Care

Event Name PM Academy Webinar Series: Preventing the common dysfunctions of High Performing Teams | Respiratory Medicines Optimisation in Primary Care
Location Virtual - Joining link will be sent 48 hours prior
Start Date 10:00am 13/10/2021
Finish Date 11:45am 13/10/2021
Booking Closes 9:00am 13/10/2021
Places Available
Event Description

PM ACADEMY

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

 

Prevention is Better than Cure – Preventing the common dysfunctions of High Performing TeamsPM Consultancy Trainer

Where is Respiratory Medicines Optimisation in Primary Care at this moment? - Hetal Dhruve, Clinical Lead - Respiratory, City and Hackney CCG/Clinical Research Pharmacist, Guy's and St Thomas'​ NHS Foundation Trust

 

This webinar is sponsored by Chiesi Ltd who have had no input into the design or content of the webinar.

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Contact Name Katie Fraser
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