Responsible for supporting the Directorate Pharmacist with delivering safe, high quality, person-centered medicines optimisation work programs and activities. Will work as part of a team to provide strategic oversight to raise standards for patients improving the safety, quality and cost effectiveness of prescribing – including management of clinical governance and risk in relation to medicines
Work as a clinical pharmacist and support the delivery of a comprehensive clinical pharmacy and medicines management service in specified offender health sites. This includes
- Clinical, professional advice and development of staff in Primary Care, Primary and Secondary Mental Health and Substance Misuse Services
- Medicines Use Review program lead
- Population-focused interventions to improve efficiency and efficacy of treatments
Provide medicines management leadership through the supervision and development of prison pharmacy technicians and other pharmacy and healthcare staff
Provide professional leadership and strategic direction in developing local processes ensuring best evidence is utilized in driving improvements. Ensure all standards set out by the CQC and other regulatory bodies are met and exceeded
The post will require a regular presence on all sites within the cluster, with the role split between front line tasks and strategic project work
This post holder will be responsible for supporting and delivering a clinical pharmacy and medicines management service to all patients within the cluster
This post holder will collaborate on Directorate and Trust wide initiatives within Offender Health as part of a wider clinical team
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For further details / informal visits contact: Name: Nick Sherwood Job title: Directorate Pharmacist Offender Health Email address: Nick.firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone number: 07971107437