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Women’s Health Group

The UKCPA Women’s Health Group are dedicated clinical pharmacists working in the area of women’s health.

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Jane Bass

Chair

Senior Pharmacist Women’s Services,

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Heather Calvert

(Vice Chair), Highly Specialist Pharmacist Women and Children,

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Deirdre D’Arcy

(R&D), School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences,

Trinity College Dublin

Katherine Hall

(Standards & accreditation), Lead Women’s and Children’s Pharmacist,

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, MFRPSII

Frances Miu

(Consultations), Lead Pharmacist Women’s Services,

Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust

Nicky Moya

(Education lead), Directorate Pharmacist, Neonatal & Women’s Services,

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Christina Nurmahi

(Education, Publications), Lead Pharmacist Women and Newborn Care,

University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Maxine Phelops

Lead pharmacist Children’s Services and Women’s and Family Services ICSU,

Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, FFRPS

Kate Pine

(Education, Fundraising), Pharmacy Team Leader Women’s and Children’s Services,

Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Elaine Smith

(Fundraising, Networking), Women and Children’s Pharmacist,

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Trust

Dr Nuttan Tanna

(Standards & accreditation, Primary care), Consultant Pharmacist Women’s Health and Older People,

London Northwest Healthcare NHS Trust, FFRPS

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The UKCPA Women’s Health Group are committed to sharing best practice

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They are committed to sharing best practice through education and development activities, developing professional curricula, and contributing their medicines expertise to national consultations and initiatives.

Activity highlights

The UKCPA Women’s Health Group have recently expanded and restructured their committee to include dedicated roles for Education, Networking, Fundraising, Standards and accreditation, Publications, Consultations and R&D.

The committee have begun working on reviewing and adding to the professional curricula for practitioners working in the area of women’s health.

Get involved

We are currently looking for:

  • Speakers and tutors for learning events, including conference workshops, masterclasses and webinars
  • Practitioners who can comment on national consultations
  • Practitioners who have a flair for writing to produce articles for the UKCPA newsletter and website

 

If you would like to know more about the Women’s Health Group, or would like to get involved in their activities, please contact the Chair, Jane Bass, on jane.bass@gstt.nhs.uk

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