Virtual Annual Event 2016

PrescQIPP Annual Event 2016Our third Annual Event and Innovation Awards took place on the 18th October 2016 at the Leicester Marriott hotel.

If you were unable to join us on the day or you came along and simply want to rewatch your favourite presenters, you'll find all the content on this page.

 

 

Delegate pack

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Keynote session

Identifying non-adherence - Dr Debi Bhattacharya

Dr Debi Bhattacharya delivered the keynote presentation, looking at maximising value of medicines related care by supporting adherence.

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Transforming our profession in a changing landscape - Carol Roberts

PrescQIPP Chief Executive, Carol Roberts focused on the variety of ways in which the profession can respond to the evolving landscape and its challenges.

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Be together not the same - Liam Cahill

Liam Cahill reflected on what has been delivered over the past year and forthcoming developments that will continue to support, connect and enable the PrescQIPP community.

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Service redesign award

Winner: Optimising medicines for COPD and asthma – an integrated approach - Lambeth CCG

Working with clinical commissioners, GPs and local acute trusts, a multi-disciplinary integrated respiratory team was established to work across primary and secondary care to address the above problems and improve outcomes for local patients. As part of the journey to creating a ‘team without walls’, consultant-led ‘virtual clinics’ were offered to GP practices to optimise high-value respiratory care, led by general practice. Pharmacist support was offered to specifically focus on the high-dose ICS prescribing.

Highly commended: Back pain pathway - Mid Essex CCG

Highly commended: Solihull Community Diabetes MDT Project - Solihull CCG

Service Redesign award winner 2016 - Lambeth CCG

Winner presentation: Lambeth CCG

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Primary care session

Pragmatic primary care - Saj Khatri

Saj led an interactive session that included a 'flashmapping' exercise. Delegates were asked to share the areas and projects in which they have delivered improvements, where they are experiencing challenges, and in which two areas they could be helpfully supported with PrescQIPP resources in 2017/18. 

The results of this session will be collated, analysed and discussed at the forthcoming 2016 winter subscriber groups.

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Clever commissioning award

2016 Clever commissioning award winner photo

Winner presentation: Nottinghamshire Appliance Management Service (NAMS)

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The RIPPLE Project - Dr Colin Gelder

Dr Colin Gelder introduced The RIPPLE Project - a pioneering initiative that has used bingo and seated bhangra dancing to improve outcomes for COPD patients.

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Medicines adherence and waste award

2016 Medicines Adherence and Waste award winner photo

Winner presentation: Leeds South and East CCG

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Contemporary prescribing session

Using e-learning to support local training needs - Sue Smith

Sue Smith introduced PrescQIPP's new e-learning platform and the opportunities for the cost effective and structured training and development for the community.

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Addressing problematic polypharmacy award

Problematic Polypharmacy winner

Winner presentation: Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Primary care prescribing initiatives in Scotland - Margaret Ryan, Chair of the SPAA

Margaret Ryan, Chair of the SPAA explained a range of primary care prescribing initiatives in Scotland.

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Best interface award

Silver Award winner photo

Winner presentation: East Staffordshire CCG working with Staffordshire County Council

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Future prescribing session

Refer to Pharmacy - Alistair Gray

 

Alistair Gray, Clinical Services Lead Pharmacist at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust introduced the 'Refer to Pharmacy' system and the benefits to medicines adherence, patient safety and financial efficiency.

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Biosimilars: The winner takes it all - James Kent

Our Secondary Care lead James, presented on biosimilars outlining where we're up to, what we've done to help, what's coming up and what to do next.

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Reducing Gram Negative Bloodstream Infections (GNBSIs) and inappropriate antibiotic prescribing - Elizabeth Beech

National Project Lead for Healthcare Acquired Infection and Antimicrobial Resistance, Elizabeth Beech delivered a presentation on Reducing Gram Negative Bloodstream Infections (GNBSIs) and inappropriate antibiotic prescribing in at risk groups Quality Premium 2017-19.

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Best Innovation Project Award

Gold: Nottinghamshire Appliance Management Service (NAMS) - Nottinghamshire City CCG, Mansfield and Ashfield CCG, Newark and Sherwood CCG, Nottingham North East CCG, Nottingham West CCG and Rushcliffe CCG

From the winning projects across all categories, Nottinghamshire Applicance Management Service was voted by delegates as the winner of the 2016 Best Innovation Project Award.

Silver: Improving Safe Use of Thickeners in Dysphasia - East Staffordshire CCG joint partnership working with Staffordshire County Council

And the 2016 PrescQIPP Silver Innovation Award winners were East Staffordshire CCG working with Staffordshire County Council.

2016 PrescQIPP Innovation Award winners

Don't forget you can find full details of the all 2016 Innovation Award entries and supporting materials on the Innovation Hub.