Past monthly webinar preview slides

Below you will find a selection of preview slides from our past monthly webinars.

June 2020 – Teams – challenges, dynamics and performance – how to influence your clinical colleagues

July 2020 – EPACT2 as risk stratification tool for SMRs – Long term condition reviews & SMR DES

August 2020 – Asthma care post COVID-19 and “SMASH” – The Salford medication safety dashboard

September 2020 – Structured Medication Reviews

October 2020 – Diabetes and the SPS Pharmacy Integration Project

November 2020 – Caring for patients with COPD during COVID-19 & Clinical competency / indemnity insurance focus

December 2020 – Mental Health focus / The power of collaborative working

January 2021 – English Discharge Medicines Service (DMS) in February 2021 / SMR case study

February 2021 – Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship / PrescQIPP Hot Topic: NHSE Steroid Emergency Card

March 2021 – Long Term Condition Support / Focus on Best Practice / SMR case study

April 2021 – AF and Anticoagulation – new NICE guidance / The new NHS Integrated Care System model

May 2021 – NICE Chronic Pain guidance / How to overcome your own barriers to change

June 2021 – Acute Coronary Syndromes – new NICE guidance / IMPACT

July 2021 – Mental Health update : The STOMP agenda in relation to SMRs / SMR case study

August 2021 – NICE guidance on shared decision-making

September 2021 – NHSBSA Polypharmacy Indicators and changing attitudes to Deprescribing

October 2021 – Integrating Medicines Safety Improvement

November 2021 – Diabetes Update

December 2021 – PrescQIPP Award winners

January 2022 – Antimicrobial Stewardship update

February 2022 – Dealing with chronic pain in SMRs

March 2022 – Electronic Structured Medication Review (SMR) Templates

April 2022 – Caring for a patient with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) 

Next Webinar - Monthly webinar

18th May 2022 12.45-13.45pm

Population Health Management: How can it help you with planning SMRs? - Dr Wasim Baqir ,Senior Pharmacist, Pharmacy Integration Programme Primary Care, NHS England and Improvement will tell us about it and how as medicines experts and PCN leaders we need to make sure we are utilising what it can do and improving its use for our high risk populations.