*** Black Friday Deal *** Book your full price NHS or Public Sector place before Friday 8th December and get one third off!
If you are a prescriber within the NHS then this online workshop is for you! Take one day out to be more proactive in decreasing the prescribing risks for you and your patients. You will find out more about the process for making good therapeutic decisions and applying a structured approach to develop your scope of prescribing. Your workshop leader, Jane Portlock will share her expert guidance and first-hand advice to support you to achieve safe and effective prescribing.
5 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
Are you a prescriber wanting to develop and improve your practice? If yes, then this workshop is for you! Book your place and focus on:
- Preventing prescribing problems in practice
- Actively managing problems when they arise
- Minimising risks for you and your patients
- Developing safe systems for prescribing
- Ensure your practices are as effective as possible
- Improving the safety and effectiveness of your prescribing
Developed with convenience in mind: join this NHS online workshop remotely
Take away useful techniques and new skills to use in your day-to-day role:
- Evidenced based examples and referrals: providing appropriate, relevant support and sign posting
- Interactive presentations: your concerns addressed with sensitivity and care
- Closed room discussions: benchmark and engage with your fellow attendees
- Agreed action plan: leave the workshop with the confidence to make changes
With thanks to BACCN
This course is available for in-house training
Join, tech support and opportunity to network in breakout rooms
Instructions, introductions and opening remarks
Jane Portlock, Professor of Pharmacy Postgraduate Education, University of Reading
|Preventing and managing prescribing problems|
Overcoming prescribing problems in practice: identifying problems and aiming for solutions
Interactive discussion: Actively and effectively managing prescribing problems when they arise
|Minimising risk in prescribing|
Key practical aspects of risk minimisations and developing safe systems of prescribing
Interactive discussion: Practically reducing the risks in your own prescribing
Lunch time screen break
|Achieving good prescribing practice|
Navigating how to develop your prescribing practices to be the most effective
Interactive discussion: Improve the safety and effectiveness of your prescribing practice
Final questions and answers with Jane Portlock
|Protecting your prescribing practice|
Bringing it all together: improving the safety and effectiveness of your prescribing
Close of workshop
Share in first-hand experience
Benefit from Jane’s wealth of experience which will support you in developing your prescribing practice.
As a pharmacist, postgraduate tutor for pharmacists and an academic, Jane has spent a number of years creating and delivering education, initially at undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University of Portsmouth and then at the University College London School of Pharmacy and the University of Sussex.
These education roles have led to the development of research interests and numerous PhD projects in pharmacy education such as development of peer mentors, the role of simulation in undergraduate pharmacy, development of placement education using the “Pharmacy Live” concept of immersive education, the place of professional leadership in undergraduate education, development and evaluation of new roles for pharmacy, development and evaluation of psychological approaches to helping people make healthy choices and the evaluation of the concept of Healthy Living Pharmacy.
Jane is Professor Emerita at the University of Sussex, with a continued interest in pharmacist prescribing.
- *** Black Friday Deal *** £266 + VAT until Friday 8th December
- £399 + VAT for one full price NHS or public sector place
You can reserve a no-obligation place whilst you apply for funding
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This online meeting is ideal for all NHS prescribing professionals. Whether you are a doctor, nurse, pharmacist or practitioner you will learn how to improve your prescribing practice at this interactive workshop.
Past attendee feedback
"A very well run conference - really interesting content and space for discussion"Health in Mind, East Sussex, IAPT National Networking Forum 2023
“Informative and educational”The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Best Practice: Colorectal Cancer Service 2023
"I really found this training very interesting and helpful. A lot of great networking opportunities and the case studies were really useful, encouraging interaction. Thank you"North Yorkshire Disabled Children's Service, Advancing Children’s Continuing Care 2023
“Very well organised and kept to time. I am a neonatal nurse (band 6) in the outreach service but have an interest in palliative care and found all the content brilliant”Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Enhancing Neonatal Palliative Care Pathways 2023
“The training was very well thought out and the presenters were excellent. It has been very helpful and I have enjoyed the training day”Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Commercial Clinical Research Trials Roadmap 2023
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