Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber are launching the School Of Medicines Optimisation on Monday 31st October 2016. The event will take place at the National Coal Mining Museum, Wakefield and the system is now live for you to register your attendance.
The School of Medicines Optimisation is part of the wider Schools’ structure within Health Education England.
Its purpose is to develop Medicines Optimisation skills within the wider workforce who prescribe, dispense or administer medicines. It aims to ensure that the current and future workforce in health and social care, have the best knowledge, skills, values and behaviours to support people taking medicines, and their carers’ in all settings.
This multi-disciplinary school will support learners and staff who handle medicines in all health and social care settings in Yorkshire and Humber.
We would like to involve you in the School, to hear your thoughts and ideas about our work programmes and what you consider to be our priorities. Please come along to our launch event and help us shape the direction of the School of Medicines Optimisation.
Places for this event are limited, so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Please let us know also if you have any questions, concerns or special dietary requirements.
We look forward to hearing that you’ll be able to attend and to seeing you on the day.