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UCA-NI Pharmacy Conference 29.03.20

THE EVOLVING GOVERNANCE AGENDA

Conference gives pharmacy a voice

The conference, which is to be held at Crowne Plaza, Shaws Bridge in Belfast on Sunday 29 March 2020 is designed for all those with an interest in any aspect of community pharmacy:    

  • Pharmaceutical contractors
  • Community pharmacy managers
  • Locum pharmacists
  • Practice-based pharmacists
  • Stakeholder organisations
  • Pre-Reg Pharmacists
  • Pharmacy Students
  • Health and Social Care Trust personnel
  • Health and Social Care Board personnel

The conference will give all involved the opportunity to network with colleagues and discuss and educate themselves on issues relevant to community pharmacy regulation, it will also provide an opportunity for all attendees to be updated on changes to the laws and ethics governing pharmacies and pharmacy practice. 

The Government’s vision for professional governance has been made clear, but this conference will enable delegates to understand the relationship between law, ethics and good governance and how it relates to patient safety                    

AGENDA 29 March 2020

TIMINGS TO BE CONFIRMED AND UPDATED ASAP

Registration  Tea, coffee and light breakfast
Introduction:  Peter Rice, Chair, UCA-NI
Keynote speech: ‘Rebalancing Regulation of Pharmacy Practice’ 
Cathy Harrison MPSNI, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer
Expert panel discussion
Facilitated by chairperson.
Cathy Harrison MPSNI, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer
Canice Ward MPS, Head of the Department’s Medicines Regulatory Group
Trevor Patterson, Chief Executive Pharmaceutical Society Northern Ireland
Prof Mike Mawhinney FPS, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Community Pharmacy Northern Ireland
Refreshments & Networking
The Evolving Governance Agenda 
Representative from HSCB
Panel discussion
Facilitated by chairperson 
Representative from Health & Social Care Board
Julie Greenfield MPS, Pharmacy Forum Manager
Representative from Community Pharmacy Northern Ireland
Dr Jim Livingstone, President PSNI
Networking Lunch
Breakout sessions (See below for details)
Closing remarks: Jonathan Lloyd, MPSNI

POTENTIAL CPD CYCLES

VALUABLE UPDATE ON LAW & ETHICS

For conference delegates there will be a choice of three of seven breakout sessions. 

Each breakout session will run three times. 

Breakout sessions:

a. CBD: The Legal Status

b. Over-the-counter analgesics: the science and the myths 

c. Patient Group Directions: running successful flu and travel clinics

d. Falsified Medicines Directive  – and other IT challenges for Community Pharmacy

e. Life-saving injectable: adrenaline auto-injector 

f. Electronic/controlled drug registers / Electronic adverse event reporting

g. Life-saving injectable: Naloxone legal responsibilities

There will be a maximum of 20 people per breakout session.

To confirm your attendance at these sessions you must register. Details on registration process are highlighted below. Each will be chaired by an ‘expert’, who will facilitate the session, which will take the form of a discussion or a demonstration. 

Please note that ALL people attending the conference venue in any capacity need to register in order to attend.

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