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Re-use of medicines in care homes webinar

EVENT OVERVIEW

01 Jun, 2020
Care homes in the South East London and Croydon area
Webinar
Virtual learning
2-3pm
£0.00
Charitably-funded and free access to all care homes (including mental health and learning disabilities) in the South East London and Croydon area until 30.6.20
Charitably-funded
Virtual learning

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Part of the End of Life Care Webinar series in relation to Covid-19 for care homes (including mental health and learning disabilities) in the South East London and Croydon area

About the event

Join our panel of experts on this free weekly webinar series developed to support you with critical guidance for managing end of life care during the Covid-19 crisis.

Please note: this is for care homes (including mental health and learning disabilities) only in the South East London and Croydon area.

  • Our webinars

    You will be joining a virtual ‘room’ – you will not see the other participants. You will be able to ask questions through a question and answer chat box which will be monitored throughout the session.

  • What will I learn?

    The re-use of medicines in care homes webinar provides simplified guidance on how to run a safe and effective medicines re-use scheme in care homes during the coronavirus outbreak.

    The webinar will provide answers to the following questions:·

    • Why did the Department of Health and Social Care release the “Re-use of Medicines” guidance?
    • Should my care home implement the re-use of medicines scheme?
    • How can my care home staff discuss this with my residents and record consent?
    • How are the medicines assessed and stored for re-use?
    • How can the medicines be re-used for another patient?
  • Who is it for?

    For nursing and care homes across all of South East London and Croydon including:

    • Nursing homes
    • Residential care homes
    • Learning disability care homes
    • Mental health care homes
  • Subject Matter Experts

    The webinar will be presented by Bethan Warner, Integrated Care Pharmacist – Care Homes and Lelly Oboh Consultant Pharmacist, Care of Older People Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

    Bethan Warner Integrated Care Pharmacist

    Bethan Warner is Care Home Pharmacy team lead pharmacist for Integrated Care, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Trust. The team work with nursing homes in Lambeth and Southwark, delivering person-centred medicines reviews for the residents and providing “Care Home centred care” to support the care homes with their medicines processes.

    Lelly Oboh Consultant Pharmacist

    Lelly Oboh is a Consultant Pharmacist (care of older people) with considerable experience working within general practice, care homes and integrated care teams in the community to optimise medicines use .

    Her leadership role involves championing innovative pharmacy service developments, showcasing and driving uptake at local and national levels.

    Her areas of interest include patient centred care, deprescribing, frailty, care co-ordination, transfer of care, medicines use in care homes and social care settings.

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