Primary care discussions: Population health in practice

Event 2 July 2024Location Online via WebEx, 13:00 - 14:00

Practical application of population health supporting pharmacy professionals undertaking structured medication reviews


2 July 2024


Online via WebEx, 13:00 - 14:00

About the event

A specialist and a generalist discussed how to use population health tools and techniques to understand and assess the needs of different population groups.

This webinar helps support you in identifying, designing, and delivering proactive, personalised healthcare in your practice, to help reduce health inequalities and maximise patient care.  

Why it’s important

Population health management aims to shift the focus from reactive care to proactive, preventative care. By understanding the drivers of ill-health and inequalities, pharmacy professionals can identify patients who might be at risk in the future.

What will be covered

  • Taking a population health approach to tackling and challenging health inequalities
  • Using population health techniques to maximise your impact through Structured Medication Reviews
  • How to identify patients that would benefit from your service


A range of speakers from SPS and other organisations helped to run this event.

Non-SPS Speakers

Dr Duncan Jenkins

Associate Director, Pharmacy Clinical Divisional Director, Pharmacy and Population Health Management; Dudley Integrated Health and Care NHS Trust

Sarah Baig

Pharmacy Professional Development and Governance Lead; Dudley Integrated Health and Care NHS Trust

SPS Speakers

Learn more about the SPS team who facilitated this event.



Information presented during this webinar is correct as time of recording. Current guidance should be followed.


You can listen to the webinar by accessing the podcast below.

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