Date24 February 2022
LocationOnline event via Webex
About the Event
In October last year, we ran a webinar outlining an ambition for a national pilot project to explore how to upskill primary care pharmacists to conduct structured medication reviews in patients with a learning disability: Learning Disabilities Project: Structured Medicine Reviews
This is being driven by the STOMP/STAMP agenda and we are now in a position to share plans to take the project forward with interested parties.
The overall aim of the programme is to create a community of practice to support non-specialist pharmacists working in primary care to carry out Structured Medication Reviews (SMR) for adults with a learning disability who may or may not be autistic.
- Provided a recap from the October webinar on the proposed pilot project
- Updated you on our progress in taking this forward
- Explained key elements of the pilot project including support provided, including webinars and a dedicated NHS Futures site and our expectations of pilot sites
- Outline how interested parties can express interest in joining the pilot.
If you have any questions about the webinar, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our speakers come from a variety of organisations and SPS.
The meeting was facilitated by Barry Jubraj. You can read more about Barry here
Health Improvement Pharmacy Lead, Learning Disability and Autism at NHS England
Senior Pharmacist (Consultancy Team), Midlands and Lancashire CSU
Please contact the Admin Team if you have any questions.