Journal of Pharmacy Management - Apr 2019

Journal of Pharmacy Management • Volume 35 • Issue 2 • April 2019 58 Posters The following posters were prepared by participants who had attended the Pharmacy Management Clinical Leadership in Pharmacy (CLIP) programme. Northern Ireland Leading Lisburn Federation Pharmacists to improve management of NOAC Patients. Anna Fay, Lead Practice Pharmacist, NHS Northern Ireland. Leading the Delivery of System wide Change: More Joint Improvement Project. Christopher Garland, Prinicipal Pharmaceutical Officer, Department of Health, Northern Ireland. Doing more with less. Pharmacy rises to the challenge. David Walsh, Portiuncula University Hospital, Ireland. Risk Stratification for Clinical Pharmacists input for Acute Care at Home Patients. Des Gourlay, Lead Pharmacist Acute Care at Home Team, Southern Health and Social Care Trust. Implementing a Team based Clinical Pharmacy Service. Donal Carroll, Chief Pharmacist, St Lukes Hospital, Ireland. Influencing Change: Impactful Communication Paediatric Diabetes Prescription. Emma Barbour, Lead Pharmacist for Women and Child Health, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Preventing Post Partnum VTE: Leading a change in practice. Fergal O'Shaughnessy, The Rotunda Hospital, Dublin. Leading a Management of Change Enhanced weekend Pharmacy Service. Fidelma Magee, Principal Pharmacist, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Improving the appropriateness and safety of prescribing, administration and monitoring of gentamicin in the acute hospital setting. James Nicholl, Causeway Hospital, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Pharmacist Led Medication Review Of Older People With An Aim To Deprescribing Within The Hospital Setting. Julie Magee, Care of Older People Pharmacist, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Introduction of the Regional Long Stay Kardex into NHS Intermediate Care (IC) Beds in a Private Care Home Setting. Karen Miller, Intermediate Care Pharmacist, South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust. Developing skills for Leadership and Project Management. Kerry Finlay, Lead Practice Pharmacist, Ards Federation of Family Practice, Northern Ireland. The Role Of Pharmacy Technicians In Enoxaparin Administration. Kerry Gilmore, Senior ED Clinical Pharmacy Technician, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Medicines Reconciliation - Getting it Right First Time. Linden Ashfield, Principal Pharmacist - Unscheduled Care, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Exploring students' understanding of medicines optimisation on discharge. Louise Shephard, Pharmacist, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Re-engineering ward controlled drug audits - A Journey to Expand the Inner Circles Using Flexible and Assertive Communication Styles. Maire McManus, Principal Pharmacist - Medicines Division, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. Improving the safety of Insulin prescribing and administration using an Electronic Health Record. Margaret Donnelly, The Rotunda Hospital, Dublin. Introduction of a Pharmacist prescriber to optimise patient flow through the Acute Medical Unit at Altnagelvin Hospital, WHSCT. Marianne Porter, Clinical Throughput Pharmacist, Western Health & Social Care Trust. e-Discharge Medication Reconciliation. Marie-Claire Jago-Bryne, Chief Pharmacist, Naas General Hospital, Ireland. Implementation of a New Lidocaine Plaster Inpatient Review Process. Mark McCrudden, Lead Pharmacist - Emergency Medicine, Antrim Area Hospital, Northern Health & Social Care Trust. Making Insulin Treatment safer (MITS). Rosemary Donnelly, Lead Pharmacist for MITS Queens University Belfast and Diabetes Pharmacist, South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust. How to Change from being a "Reactive" supply led Pharmacy Service to a "proactive" MDT led by Pharmacy Service in MH-IDS (Mental Health - Intellectual Disability Service. Shirley Guerin, Chief II Pharmacist, St Mary's Hospital, Dublin. Introduction of an Education Template for New Drugs in the North West Cancer Centre (NWCC), Altnagelvin Hospital. Sinead O'Connell, Cancer Services Pharmacist, Altnagelvin Hospital, Western Health & Social Care Trust. Improving Access to Information on Medicines for the Treatment of Mental Health Illness. Suzanne O'Sullivan, Mental Health Pharmacist, Western Health & Social Care Trust. Scotland Development of a Recovery Focussed Pharmaceutical Care Package for patients receiving Opiate Replacement Therapy. Adrian Mackenzie, Lead Pharmacist - Community Pharmacy, NHS Borders. Salvaging Unused Medicines in Secondary Care. Claire Stewart, Service Delivery Manager - Pharmacologistics & IT Systems/Technical Services Lead, Ninewells, NHS Tayside. Cost Savings Realisation following Funding budget Reduction. Duncan Hill, Specialist Pharmacist in Substance Misuse, NHS Lanarkshire. Leading the Implementation of new homecare medicines services. Elaine Rankine, Homecare Medicines Pharmacist, NHS Lothian.