Agenda

Thursday
16
November

 

Friday
17
November

DAY 1

09:00

Registration Opens

10:00

Ensuring your sustainability and transformation plans are both delivered and validated.

VISTA – Enabling True Accountable Care
Dr Julian Brown - GP and Former Regional Prescribing/Clinical Lead

10:50

How will VISTA transform both prescribing and clinical practice.
Dr David Strain - Consultant Clinician at Royal Devon & 
Exeter Healthcare NHS Trust.

11:40

Break

12:00

The 2018 priorities for patient safety from NHS Improvement.
Dr David Gerrett - Senior Pharmacist, Patient Safety, NHS Improvement

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Achieve outstanding clinical outcomes whilst reducing GP
workload through automation and effective practice team utilisation.

Litcham Health Centre Team

14:40

The power of population health management.
Mr Shawn Haney - West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group

15:30

Break

15:50

The importance of effective medication use reviews.
Dr Julian Brown, Dr David Strain and Mrs Ivy Froggatt

16:30

“Asante Sana”
Dr August Temu - Clinical & Community Lead - Health Amplifier
Dr Matthew Jack - GP - Health Amplifier

16:55

QUIZ - Testing your knowledge on best practice prescribing.

17:45

Day Session Close

19:30

Evening Meal & CCG Prescribing Awards.

 

DAY 2

09:00

The National Prescribing Safety Service – 
Why is it needed and what will it deliver? 

Dr Julian Brown

09:45

SCHOLAR - New NHS accreditation for Eclipse allows your CCG to help identify true clinical best practice.
Dr David Strain - Senior Clinical Lecturer, Exeter University

10:40

Break

11:00

Diabetes500 - How Pharmacists can directly lead on the delivery of excellence in long term healthcare.
Mr Asim Mirza - Commercial Director SL Pharmacy Solutions

11:30

What do GPs want from innovative prescribing solutions? 
Dr Stephen Richards - GP and Clinical Director Optum UK Ltd

12:00

RADAR2018
Can medication risk stratification genuinely predict the likelihood of admission?
Dr Julian Brown    

13:00

End of Formal Lectures

 

Optional Workshops Available for Delegates on:
Diabetes500
RADAR2018
VISTA
SCHOLAR
Advice & Guidance


Speakers

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Dr. Julian Brown
GP and former Regional Prescribing Lead

Dr. Julian Brown is a General Practitioner in West Norfolk and founder of Eclipse Solutions. His web-based systems now protect more than 10 million patients.

He has been a GP for 18 years and has had a special interest in diabetes since 2006. He was the GP Prescribing Lead for Norfolk from 2008-2013 and the Long Term Conditions Lead for West Norfolk CCG from 2013-2015. He is considered one of the leading experts on admission avoidance systems and is researching the improvement of outcomes through automated patient feedback best practice identification and patient self-mamangement plans.

He is passionate about optimising health economics through IT and has launched a suite of web-based systems.
 

 
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Dr. David Garrett
Senior Pharmacist, Patient Safety, 
NHS Improvement

David Garrett gained a pharmacy degree in Queensland Australia and a masters in hospital pharmacy.

Specialising in Health Education and Substance abuse he gained a Doctorate and moved to the University of Derby where he specialised in educational applications of computing and multimedia, becoming the head of e-Learning.

He worked for seven years as Head of Pharmacy and Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the University of Derby then moved to Sheffield Hallam as Professor of Pharmacy and Hull Universities where he developed infrastructures and curricula for Schools of Pharmacy. For seven years he was an accreditor for the RPSGB now the General Pharmaceutical Council. Since 2009 he has worked as the Senior Pharmacist in patient safety at the NPSA, NHS Commission Board and latterly at NHS England. 

He has 25 key papers based on original research data, 
11 pharmacy practice papers with original research, seven oral research presentations, 34 conference presentations, workshops and seminars, three as keynote speaker and six as director plus multiple posters, articles, book chapters, invited attendances and reviews.

 
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Dr. Stephen Richards
GORING & WOODCOTE MEDICAL PRACTICE GP

Stephen is a Medical Director for Optum where he is also the Senior Quality and Clinical Governance Office.

Stephen has been a GP in South Oxfordshire for 28 years. He has more than fifteen years experience working in commissioning having been Oxfordshire's PEC Chair, the first PCT Medical Director and first CEO of Oxfordshire CCG. He was the lead for prescribing for more than 10 years. Stephen has also worked as a Regional GP advisor for London for the CQC for two years at the same time as working as a clinical associate for KPMG before joining Optum in 2015.

Stephen makes itermittent contribuitions to the work of the NHS Leadership Academy and has contributed to publications by the Health Foundation and Nuffield trust relating to change at scale within the NHS.

 
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David Strain
Senior Clinical Lecturer Exeter University.

David Strain blends academic and clinical expertise in diabetes. He is Diabetes and Care of the Elderly Consultant at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital and Senior Lecturer at the Peninsula Medical School. He attained his MD from the International Centre for Cardiovasular Health, Imperial College London on “The ethnic difference in the effects of insulin resistance on the vasculature”.

 
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Mr. Asim Mirza
COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR SL PHARMACY SOLUTIONS

Asim has extensive experience in managing multi-site independent pharmacies and national chains, and creating quality systems and processes. He has created innovative technological solutions for a number of pharmacies to increase productivity.  He has successfully bid for new pharmacy contracts on behalf of clients. He and his wider team are currently working with multiple CCGs  and are collaborating with Prescribing Services Ltd to enhance effective delivery of patient care.
 

 
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Dr. AUGUST TEMU
CLINICAL & COMMUNITY LEAD HEALTH AMPLIFIER

Dr August Temu is the Lead Clinician and Community Lead for the Health Amplifier Kikavu Project. Here he is working with Dr Julian Brown in transforming healthcare outcomes in rural Tanzania. He started as a Clinical Officer in 1981, following which he undertook Paramedical training and qualified  from Kilimanjiro Medical College in 1991 as a Doctor. Since then August has implemented a variety of innovative Projects, was the Head of the Tanzanian Refugee Health Program in Kigoma, Regional Health Delegate for Southern Africa and worked as a health co-ordinator in dafur sudan during the Civil War. He is currently the regional Chairman of the Red Cross in Kilimanjiro.

 
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Shawn Haney
WEST NORFOLK CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP

A West Norfolk CCG Project Manager, Shawn is responsible for optimising the use of Eclipse throughout the region. Helping to develop the systems capabilities and drive integration across the local health economy.