The attached files contain copies of the following posters presented at the UK medicines information practice development seminar in 2014 –
Selling the evidence: Do community pharmacists use evidence-based medicine and can MI help?
Comparison of Community & Hospital Pharmacists’ Sources of Information About Medicines: Written Sources
Comparison of Community & Hospital Pharmacists’ Sources of Information About Medicines: Use of the UKMi Network
Problem solvers and hand-holders: the impact of the UHS patient helpline
Impact of the advice from the Medicines Information Patient Helpline on medication adherence
A review of enquiries to an Unlicensed ‘Specials’ Medicines Helpline for GPs
A Survey Evaluation of the Use of Advice Provided by a Medicines Information Service within a Mental Health Trust
A study to determine the current practice of health care professionals when reviewing and prescribing medication in women who are pregnant or of childbearing potential
How does advice from Medicines Information support safe and effective patient care, in NHS Highland?
Religion, Belief, Medicines and the Law
Practice development / audit
The implementation of a Unified Medicines Information Service for Two Acute Trusts
Development of Medicines Information Services in an NHS Community Trust
Introduction and Dissemination of a Trust-wide ‘Medicines Matters’ Bulletin
NDO Newsletter: do readers like what they see?
The use of Outcome data monitoring in the quality assurance of MI services
A survey of NHS MI pharmacists poor experiences with pharmaceutical company medical information services during March 2014
User Satisfaction Survey – Paper or Electronic?
An assessment of the information provided to support pharmacy and ward-based staff to administer injectable medicines
Thromboprophylaxis – a spotlight on prescribing
Hunting fridge gremlins
Development of a Mobile Device Application to Support Clinical Staff in the Acute Setting
Pharmacist Interventions – a new approach to capturing the data at Blackpool Victoria Hospital
Pre-Registration Trainee Pharmacy Technician – Development of a Bespoke Medicines Information Training Package
Director, East Anglia Medicines Information Service