Jigsaw and Vision explained
The RPS West Yorkshire symposium
will bring together some of the leaders of the pharmacy from both a local and
national level and who will share their expertise in a variety of topics,
including those of national importance such as revalidation, delivered by a
representative from the GPhC. The day will also offer a great opportunity
to network with your peers and will play host to a marketplace of stands where
you can speak to local pharmacy representatives from a variety of
This is also a great opportunity to hear about
how the RPS can support you with your daily practice and your future career.
via RPS EVENTS
Yorkshire Annual Symposium
the success of previous RPSWY symposium events the 2018 Symposium will be held
on SUNDAY MARCH 25th at the Holiday Inn Brighouse from 10am to 3pm. There will
be national and local key note speakers, local pharmacy representative stands
and plenty of networking opportunities from whichever sector you work. The
speakers will cover topics of national importance including REVALIDATION which
will be introduced by GPhC. Find out how being an RPS member can help you
objectives:-To recognise where you fit in regarding professional career
development; .To identify what you might want to change about the future
direction of Pharmacy.;To be more confident in how you could influence the
Programme-10am to 10.25 am coffee and registration
10.25 am Welcome Gill Hawksworth and Scott Dalgliesh RPSWY lead
and deputy lead.
10.30am to 11am Plenary including Q&As.
Key note speaker-Paul Bennett CEO RPS on his
view of the profession and 5yfv.
11am to 11.45am Plenary
Catherine Duggan RPS Director of
Professional development and support & Prof Peter Kopelman
chair of RPS Faculty board on Revalidation and what you
need to know.(Interactive session)
LUNCH and Networking exhibition stands 11.45pm
12.45pm to 1.15pm Plenary
Chris Cutts Regional head of
Pharmacy-HEE North (Pharmacy Dean) .Workshops
room divided by screen 1.20pm to 2pm and repeated 2.05pm to 2.45pm
Clifton 1 HEE workshop
Graham Prestwich Lay member Patient and
Public involvement NHS Leeds north CCG–‘Me and my medicines’
supported by Chris Bonsell (HEE role).
Clifton 2 CPWY workshop
Darren De Souza CPWY Public health and engagement
lead - ‘Patient participation groups’ and the CPWY project Making Time (learning
disabilities) supported byHadar Zaman University of Bradford.
2.50 pm to 3pm
Plenary and close