8 Nov 2019
Novotel
London West

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Agenda

Pharmacy Together 2019 will be held on Friday 8 November

08.45 - 09.40
Registration and Refreshments in the Networking Zone with exhibition stand and poster viewing

During this time there will be three additional sessions:

Express satellite 1: Topic and speaker to be confirmed

Express satellite 2: Medicines Optimisation Innovation Centre (MOIC). Four years old - what has been achieved? Professor Mike Scott

09.40 - 09.50
Welcome and introduction: Ted Butler, Chairman, Pharmacy Management and Ruth Bednall, Chair, UKCPA

09.55 - 10.55
Session One 

Option 1

Clinical

Option 2

Clinical

Option 3

Risk Management

Adherence in asthma
Dr Toby Capstick
How the whole pharmacy team can contribute to antimicrobial stewardship including national/international strategies, initiatives and drivers
Tejal Vaghela
How to balance risks and benefits of anticoagulants
Rebecca Chanda (Facilitator); Katherine Stirling; Rosalind Byrne

Option 4

Leadership

Option 5

Interface and Primary Care

Pharmacy across the globe
Dr Catherine Duggan
Supporting medicines optimisation across interfaces of care
Michelle Hoad and John Brown

Option 6

Sponsored by Daiichi-Sankyo

Addressing the challenge of non-valvular AF-related stroke
Dr Steve Cookson, Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford.

This satellite symposium is organised and funded by Daiichi-Sankyo.   

 

10.55 - 11.25
Refreshment Break in the Networking Zone with exhibition stand and poster viewing

11.25 - 12.25
Session Two 

Option 1

Clinical

Option 2

Clinical

Option 3

Risk Management

ADEPT Training for Community Pharmacists: Achieving Diabetes Care Excellence through Primary Care Teams

Satyan Kotecha and Prof. Vinod Patel
Home is where the heart is: the how and why of domicilary visits
Kiran Channa
Court Inquest into the Death of Patient X: Understanding the Hard Truths of Human Performance
Ravinder Bratch

Option 4

Leadership

Option 5

Interface and Primary Care

Opportunities in the NHS Long Term Plan for the pharmacy family to improve patient care
Prof Liz Kay
WORKSHOP: GP practice-based pharmacy staff- making an effective impact
Darrell Baker, Rachel Brace

Option 6

Sponsored by GSK

Option 7

Sponsored by Novo Nordisk Ltd

Adherence and Optimisation - the pharmacists' role in asthma care
Ravijyot Saggu, Senior Clinical Pharmacist – Respiratory   University College Hospital, London

This session has been organised and funded by GSK.

Diabetes Care - An Opportunity for Pharmacy Services
Hannah Beba, Senior Pharmacist, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Darlington Memorial Hospital

This session has been fully funded and organised by Novo Nordisk Ltd

 

12.25 - 13.40
Lunch in the Networking Zone with exhibition stand and poster viewing
(13.25 End of Delegates’ Choice Poster Award Voting)

During this time there will be two additional sessions:

Express satellite 3: 12.30 - 13.00 
Title: Pfizer's SMART Hub: The value in digital communication
Speaker: Georgina James: Hospital Channel Lead, Pfizer Ltd
Pfizer's new SMART HUB is a digital solution which delivers on pharmacist's information needs 24/7 and has been developed in collaboration with pharmacists from across the UK. 
This new approach in digital communication focuses on three most important areas: Stock, Medicines and Training.
This is a practical session that will explore the SMART HUBs capability, signpost proposed training modules available to you and your department and demonstrate the HUBs major stock reporting feature. Your input on the day will help shape future iterations of this new resource and you will have the opportunity to gain access to the platform from launch.
 

Round table discussion 1 (invitation only): 12.30 - 13.25 (lunch served in the room) Topic and speaker to be confirmed. Sponsored by Amgen Ltd.

13.40 - 14.40
Session Three 

Option 1

Clinical

Option 2

Risk Management

Option 3

Risk Management

Advanced practice embedded in National Service Standard: The IBD UK Standards 2019 Model
Anja St Clair Jones
Why can't we get medicines reconciliation right?
Kevin Gibbs and Margaret Stone
Communicating risk to patients
Dr Alice Oborne and Dr Yogini Jani

Option 4

Leadership

Option 5

Interface and Primary Care

Training pharmacists to deliver the NHS 10-year plan
PART 1 -  A Strategic View - Ian Bates
PART 2 - Practical Implications - Ann Page
Steps to build greater engagement of community and primary care clinical services in PCNs
James Wood

Option 6

Sponsored by GSK

Option 7

Sponsored by Chiesi

A simple approach to COPD – how to implement guidelines in a complex environment
Dr Toby Capstick
This session has been organised and funded by GSK.

Asthma: Making it Personal
June Edwards 

This sponsored session is organised and funded by Chiesi Ltd

 

 

14.40 – 15.10
Refreshment Break in the Networking Zone

15.10 – 15.35
Awards ceremony to include Lifetime Achievement Award winner

15.35 16.35
Session Four 

Option 1

Clinical

Option 2

Clinical

Option 3

Risk Management

Cardiovascular implications of diabetes
Anna Hodgkinson

Living with cancer as a long term condition: pharmacy role in treatments and survivorship

Chair - Helen Benson
PART 1 - Understanding your cancer patients and the challenges of survivorship - Islam Elkonaissi
PART 2 - Primary care perspective of living with cancer - Dr Jackie Lewis 

The role of pharmacy in reducing falls in older people
Derek Taylor

Option 4

Leadership

Option 5

Interface and Primary Care

Panel Q/A and debate

Panel: Professor Liz Kay, Professor Ian Bates, Dr Catherine Duggan & Ann Page

Optimising medicines Use in Care Homes
Cherise Howson

Option 6

Workforce challenges

PART 1: Workforce planning challenges
Prof. Michael Scott

PART 2: Becoming a Clinical Pharmacist: If I'd known then what I know now
Ruari O'Connell

 

16.35
End

Peer discussions of 30 mins can be arranged to take place at appropriate times. Please contact us if you wish to reserve a time.

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