About the role:
As a Lead Clinical Pharmacist, you will be working in a clinical and service development capacity to ensure the service to patients is planned, delivered, and evaluated in line with evidence-based practice. Working closely with the multi-disciplinary team to help create and maintain a robust service whilst seamlessly incorporating other centre services.
Your main responsibilities as a Lead Clinical Pharmacist:
- Continually promote the responsible, safe, and cost-effective prescribing of medicines to optimise clinical outcomes, minimise adverse reactions and errors.
- Be available to medical, nursing and pharmacy staff to answer queries relating to individual patients and any protocols and policies within the Hospital.
- Undertake clinical audit projects involving the use of medicines within the Hospital.
- Identify changes in prescribing practices that may impact on the drugs budget and advise the Chief Pharmacist accordingly.
- Master’s degree in pharmacy/equivalent
- Registered with General Pharmaceutical Council
- Postgraduate Qualification in clinical pharmacy at diploma level or equivalent qualification gained or in progress.
- MSC in Clinical Pharmacy
- Palliative care experience
- For employees joining us from the NHS, we can provide continuation of your NHS pension.
- Contributory pension schemes
- Private healthcare cover of up to £20,000 per year
- 27 days annual leave
- Short-term accommodation for new starters at The Hospital
- Knowledgeable, dedicated and vastly experienced Permanent Team with longstanding professional relationships with multiple clients
- Access to exclusive vacancies through our numerous Master Vendor trusts across the country
- Vacancies outside of NHS Rate caps with our private sector agreements
- Access to International roles outside of England and the United Kingdom
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