Date4 July 2023
LocationOnline via WebEx at 13:00-14:00
About the event
The event provided:
- An update on national revised Health and Justice Information Services (HJIS) templates to support improved planning and recording of supplied medicines at the point of release or transfer.
- A snapshot of the current data and plans to use the new template information to improve data quality and outcomes.
- Information about a new Medicines Access Information Resource for prisoners and their key workers to help them access medicines using community NHS services post-release.
- Good practice example using a new approach to improve the handling of medicines supplies and FP10s for prisoners released to court.
Why it’s important
The event provided a backdrop to a programme of work led centrally to support improvements in access to medicines at and after release and transfer. Attendees were able to use the information to review local processes and improve outcomes.
What was covered
- How revised secure environment assessment tool (SEAT) templates and data are used to record and improve medicines supply on release or transfer
- How to support released detainees in navigating community services to access prescriptions and medicines support post-release
- A new approach that improves the safe transport of medicines
A range of speakers from SPS and other organisations ran this event.
National Health & Justice Pharmaceutical Advisor NHS England
Health & Justice Pharmacy Technician Lead NHS England
Health & Justice Pharmacy Project support lead NHS England
HJIS Optimisation Manager, North of England CSU
Head of Healthcare at HMP Bullingdon, Practice Plus Group
EDIC Lead at HMP Bullingdon
This session was facilitated by Barry Jubraj and Anna Bischler. Learn more about our SPS team by following the links below.
Information presented in these recordings is correct at time of recording. Current guidance should be followed.
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