NHS ENGLAND / HEE WEBINAR - NHS England IUC Pharmacist Programme
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Please join Paula Russell and Rosalyne Cheeseman on Wednesday 18 July to find out more about developing the IUC pharmacist workforce.
This webinar is for clinical leads in IUC provider organisations, commissioners of IUC services and pharmacists interested in finding out more about the IUC Pharmacist Programme and the training offer.
This event will cover:
· Aims of the IUC Pharmacist Programme
· Role of pharmacists within IUC
· Overview of the IUC Pharmacist Programme
· Next steps
Paula is on secondment to the Chief Pharmaceutical Officer’s Office at NHS England and is leading on the Integrated Urgent Care Pharmacist Programme supported by the Pharmacy Integration Fund. She continues to work part-time as Principal Pharmacist for Medicines Information at the Regional Drug and Therapeutic Centre in Newcastle upon Tyne, where she has worked supporting the MI, UK Teratology Information Service (UKTIS) and National Poisons Information Service (NPIS) enquiry answering services and also supported Medicines Optimisation at a local CCG. Paula was NHS Direct Pharmacy Lead (North East) for 11 years under a local and UKMI SLA.
Roz is Health Education England’s Deputy Head of Pharmacy, Midlands and East. As part of the HEE Midlands and East Clinical Leadership team, she works closely with the NHS England/ NHS Improvement regional pharmacist. Roz’s experience of education policy and education commissioning spans national and local levels. As a pharmacist she has experience of hospital and community pharmacy practice.
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