Clinical Prioritisation by GP Practice Pharmacists

Sue Overton, MUS Team Administrator, Medicines Use and Safety (SPS)Event 11 March 2020Location Online

The role of the practice-based pharmacist is evolving at rapid speed and this webinar provides a grounded overview from one GP Pharmacist’s perspective

Date

11 March 2020

Location

Online

About the event

In this webinar, Rory discussed some of the challenges around prioritising clinical workload in a busy GP practice, as a practice pharmacist. Although the focus was on clinical workload, Rory also commented on juggling his patient-facing time with other duties within the practice. Rory gave a personal view on how he prioritises his own work along with ideas for listeners to consider in their own practice.

Why it’s important

If you are new to primary care or considering a change, it’s good to hear from someone who has been through the experience and is sharing the lessons learned.

What was covered

The session included:

  • Role of a GP Pharmacist and how it has developed over time
  • The key priorities
  • The issues faced by a GP Pharmacist
  • Short-term versus longer-term
  • Challenges
  • Ideal day vs realistic day
  • Curveballs
  • Ideas for prioritisation

Speakers

A range of speakers ran this event from SPS and other organisations

SPS speaker

This session was facilitated by Dr Barry Jubraj and you can read more about our SPS colleague by following the link

Non-SPS speaker

Rory Donnelly

GP Pharmacist, Bush Doctors
Principal Teaching Fellow, Kings College University

Rory works part-time as a GP practice pharmacist, based in West London. He is also a Principal Teaching Fellow at King’s College London, supporting their non-medical prescribing and post-graduate diploma programmes. Rory’s clinical interests include respiratory, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Recording

Access the recording of the webinar

Presentation resources

Slides from the presentation are now available below

Contact us

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