Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Duration: Ongoing contract
Typical duties include:
Handling, ordering, safe storage and monitoring of cost-effective prescriptions medicines with minimum wastage.
Ensure accurate and timely recording of medicines, activities and patient data and document pharmaceutical queries from prescribers, pharmacists, care home staff and members of the public.
Review clinical medication and processes for care home residents and other high-risk patients to ensure high-quality, evidence-based prescribing.
Work as part of a multidisciplinary team promoting high-quality, safe and cost-effective prescribing within national and local guidelines.
Provide training, education, and support of care home colleagues, to ensure the safer use of medicines.
Liaise with other health professionals in community pharmacies, secondary care and local authorities regarding medicines management issues and transfer of care.
Relevent UK experience
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