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The Pharmaceutical Care of Frail Elderly Patients - Leeds

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FREE TRAINING EVENT FOR PHARMACISTS WORKING WITHIN PRIMARY CARE

As a pharmacy leader we wanted to give you advanced notice of some high quality training opportunities for pharmacists working in primary care that we hope you will be able to make your colleagues aware of. Morph are a pharmacists led, midlands based consultancy with an excellent track record in providing training for pharmacists. Our objective is to deliver relevant training that meets the needs of pharmacists working in all areas of primary care and that does not overlap or duplicate any existing or planned programmes.

MORPh Consultancy Director, Dr Duncan Jenkins, is also Specialist in Pharmaceutical Public Health at Dudley CCG and will facilitate this event. He manages a team of 30 practice pharmacists and therefore we are able to tailor this event to the practicalities facing pharmacists in practices and in policy implementation. The day will follow a set agenda but with an emphasis on group learning.

We are we are holding two training days covering pharmaceutical care of the frail elderly:

Monday 24th April 2017 in Manchester
Monday 15th May 2017 in Leeds

Both days will have expert speakers covering pharmaceutical care of people with Dementia and Parkinson’s disease as well as nutrition and hydration in the elderly and the management of incontinence. There will be opportunities for peer discussion and feedback. Both events will be fully catered and free to pharmacists working in GP Practices and CCGs.


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Dr Duncan Jenkins, Specialist in Pharmaceutical Public Health, Dudley CCG
Will facilitate the day brining over 20 years of working in primary are. Case studies will be discussed throughout the day to ensure collaborative learning and sharing of best practice.

Pharmaceutical Care of Patients with Dementia and Cognitive Impairment/update of Anticholinergic Burden
David Hellens, Associate Chief Pharmacist – Clinical Services
Queen Elizabeth Hospital,Kings Lynn

Management of Continence Problems in the Elderly
Sabria Harve,
Continence Specialist Nurse,
East London NHS Foundation Trust

Pharmaceutical Care of the Patient with Parkinson’s Disease
Dr Janine Barnes, Specialist Neurology Pharmacist
Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Nutrition and Hydration in the Elderly
Jo Sim, Advanced Clinical Dietitian
St Helen’s Hospital

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