On 10th July, to round off our grand tour of the UK in June, we held the second of two virtual sessions for those of you who were unable to attend one of our meetings to help you keep up to speed on PrescQIPP and to get the most out of your subscriptions. 

Med webinar C Click above to view (subscribers).


On 10th July, to round off our grand tour of the UK in June we held the second of two virtual sessions for those of you unable to attend one of our meetings, to help you keep up to speed on PrescQIPP, and get the most out of your subscriptions.

During the second session Sajida Kharti and David Rushton talked about data and the plans for this financial year including:

- Strategic heads up
- Key themes from PrescQIPP this year
- Including how we’re supporting national projects
- Demonstration of new projects
- Dynamic Infographics (we’d like to make sure you can maximise all the resources available to you)
- Some other mystery outputs we’ve got up our sleeves
- Primary care workplan
- Update and review
- What our plans are around the skills and competency framework
- Community sharing
- Annual event and awards
- Virtual professional groups

As usual, this presentation was followed by a Q&A session.

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On 6th July, we arranged this short, half hour webinar will provide a brief overview of the strategic review process for PrescQIPP documents. It will be of interest to anybody currently carrying out reviews and anybody interested in becoming a reviewer. It covers what reviews there are, what is expected of the review and an introduction to the new online feedback system.

Med webinar C Click above to view (subscribers).


On 6th July, we arranged this short, half hour webinar will provide a brief overview of the strategic review process for PrescQIPP documents. It will be of interest to anybody currently carrying out reviews and anybody interested in becoming a reviewer. It covers what reviews there are, what is expected of the review and an introduction to the new online feedback system.

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On 4th July, to round off our grand tour of the UK in June, we held the first of two virtual sessions for those of you who were unable to attend one of our meetings to help you keep up to speed on PrescQIPP and to get the most out of your subscriptions. 

Med webinar C Click above to view (subscribers).


On 4th July, to round off our grand tour of the UK in June, we held the first of two virtual sessions for those of you who were unable to attend one of our meetings to help you keep up to speed on PrescQIPP and to get the most out of your subscriptions.   During this first session Sajida Kharti and David Rushton focused on our brand new website and e-learning hub. Some of the things the webinar covered included:

- New PrescQIPP website training
- How to make the most out of the new website
- Training hub and plans on skills
- Overview
- Vision and outputs
- New e-learning hub
- Overview of the new e-learning platform
- Courses being launched this year   

As usual this presentation was followed by a Q & A.

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On 3rd July, we welcomed Helen Liddell, Head of Medicines Optimisation, Leeds South and East CCG, in the last of a series of 3 webinars - How to engage and influence clinicians to change practice. 

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On 3rd July, we welcomed Helen Liddell, Head of Medicines Optimisation, Leeds South and East CCG in the last of a series of of 3 webinars.  The final in this series considered how we can sustain change and how we can create momentum for change over time. We recapped on our learning from the series and consider how our approach may be adapted and changed in the light of a changing and evolving health service environment to make our approach fit for the future. As usual this presentation was followed by a Q&A.

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On 3rd July we welcomed Helen Liddell, Head of Medicines Optimisation, Leeds South and East CCG, in the last of a series of  3 webinars - How to engage and influence clinicians to change practice. 

Med webinar C Click above to view (subscribers).


On 3rd July, we welcomed Helen Liddell, Head of Medicines Optimisation, Leeds South and East CCG in the last of a series of of 3 webinars.  The final in this series considered how we can sustain change and how we can create momentum for change over time. We recapped on our learning from the series and consider how our approach may be adapted and changed in the light of a changing and evolving health service environment to make our approach fit for the future. As usual this presentation was followed by a Q&A.

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Our 2018 Annual Report and prospectus for this financial year is now available. The report contains the results of our annual subscriber satisfaction survey, details of all the exciting projects that we'll be focusing in the coming months and more.

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On 28th June we welcomed Helen Liddell, Head of Medicines Optimisation, Leeds South and East CCG, in the second of a series of 3 webinars - How to engage and influence clinicians to change practice. 

Med webinar C Click above to view (subscribers).


On 28th June, we welcomed Helen Liddell, Head of Medicines Optimisation, Leeds South and East CCG in the second in this series of 3 webinars which build on the content of #1 and looked into detail at the different tools and methods that can be used to influence clinicians to change practice. We considered influencing at organisational level as well at an individual practitioner level. Tools may range from the use of IT to the role of written communications and everything in between.  As usual this presentation was followed by a Q&A.

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On the 27th June, we welcomed Sundus Jawad, from East Berkshire CCG, to further capture and share their joint work with Oxford AHSN on 'Hydration in Care Homes' which won the Innovation “Gold” Award presentation in October 2017.

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This event on 5th October 2018 has been designed for primary and secondary care pharmacists involved in the care of patients with infections and for those working in the area of antimicrobial stewardship.

This day will cover aspects of antimicrobial resistance, antimicrobial stewardship, management of clinical infections and data. The day will focus on issues predominant in secondary and primary care. Patients coming to hospital with infections often present with a variety of challenges, including resistant organisms, deterioration and not responding to first line treatment, or other complications. As a pharmacist you are optimally placed to intervene for the benefit of your patients and manage medication risks.

More information and a comprehensive list of the event’s learning outcomes can be found here.