Showcasing UKCPA expertise at Clinical Pharmacy Congress 2018

29, Mar 2018 News
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You support your patients, and we’ll support you.

We are proud to have the most experienced and knowledgeable pharmacy practitioners amongst our membership, and you can benefit from their expertise. We are excited that our most expert members are delivering 17 sessions on various areas of clinical pharmacy at this year’s Clinical Pharmacy Congress.

The topics on offer will range from VTE prevention, rheumatology and hypoglycaemia to headaches, polypharmacy and multiple sclerosis. There will be no less than seven Consultant Pharmacists amongst these speakers, sharing their vast expertise and knowledge with you. All these speakers are proud to present as part of UKCPA, so come along and take the opportunity to learn from the best.

You can meet these speakers again at UKCPA educational events which are run throughout the year in the UK. We can tell you more about UKCPA at Stand J1, so please come and say hello and let’s talk about how we can support you in your practice.

 

Hypoglycaemia
Philip Newland-Jones, Committee member of the UKCPA Diabetes & Endocrinology Group
Consultant Pharmacist, University Hospitals Southampton NHS Trust

New NICE guidance on VTE prevention
Katherine Stirling, Committee member of the UKCPA Haemostasis Anticoagulation & Thrombosis Group
Consultant Pharmacist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
& Rebecca Chanda, Chair of the UKCPA Haemostasis Anticoagulation & Thrombosis Group
Senior Pharmacist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Polypharmacy
Lelly Oboh, Consultant Pharmacist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust Community Health Services

Asthma inhalers
Anna Murphy, Committee member of the UKCPA Respiratory Group
Consultant Pharmacist, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

What’s new in lipids and FH
Helen Williams, Chair of the UKCPA Cardiovascular Group
Consultant Pharmacist, Southwark CCG, Lambeth CCG

IBD, surgery and intestinal failure: A clinical journey
Uchu Meade, Committee member of the UKCPA Gastroenterology & Hepatology Group
Pharmacy Manager, St Mark’s Hospital

Improving outcomes in rheumatology
Emily Rose-Parfitt, Rheumatology Specialist Pharmacist, North Bristol NHS Trust

COPD
Toby Capstick, Chair of the UKCPA Respiratory Group
Lead Respiratory Pharmacist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Anti-thrombotics: Now and on the horizon
Sotiris Antoniou, Committee member of the UKCPA Cardiovascular Group
Consultant Pharmacist, Barts Health NHS Trust

Managing aphasia and dysphagia post stroke
Paresh Parmar, Lead Pharmacist, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

Cardiovascular outcome trials in diabetes: Impact on clinical practice
Michelle Lam, Committee member of the UKCPA Diabetes & Endocrinology Group
Advanced Clinical Pharmacist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Evolution of pharmacy professionals in pain management and where to go next
Dilesh Khandia, Committee member of the UKCPA Pain Management Group
Clinical Pharmacy Manager, North Bristol NHS Trust
Yousaf Ahmed, Committee member of the UKCPA Pain Management Group
Chief Pharmacist, Care UK

Headaches: how the MABs will help
Joela Matthews, Committee member of the UKCPA Neurosciences Group
Lead Pharmacist, Barts Health NHS Trust

Cardiology conundrums: An interactive session
Paul Wright, Committee member of the UKCPA Cardiovascular Group
Barts Health NHS Trust

Hepatology
Anja St Clair Jones, Chair of the UKCPA Gastroenterology & Hepatology Group
Consultant Pharmacist, Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Infection
Emma Cramp, Committee member of the UKCPA Pharmacy Infection Network
Advanced Specialist Pharmacist, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Multiple Sclerosis: An update
Joela Mathews, Committee member of the UKCPA Neurosciences Group
Lead Pharmacist, Barts Health NHS Trust