and other local events coming up in next few weeks.
RPS FACULTY SURGERY
REMINDER- Please come along even if you have not booked to
the RPS Faculty/ Foundation event Thursday June 15th at the Holiday Inn
Brighouse starting at 7pm.
The event is open to any RPS members who are starting their
faculty journey or who are working towards it already and also to any non
members who would like to know more about RPS Faculty. Please pass on this
information to any non member who may wish to attend and will not receive this
The RPSWY Faculty champion
Heather Smith will be joined by other RPSWY Faculty members to support
potential Faculty members and explain how to build your portfolio. We look forward to
welcoming you from any area of practice. It would be useful to bring a laptop
to enable you to make an entry on the evening if you are already registered for
the RPS Faculty.
Gill Hawksworth RPSWY
OF LEEDS SHED Talk 2 Welcomes Dr June Raines presenting:
monitoring of medicines – maximising patient and public involvement.
is Director of Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and
Chair of the European Medicines Agency 'Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment
28th June 2017, 1-2pm. Chemistry West Block LT F (G.74), University of Leeds. Book
CPPE WORKSHOP ESPECIALLY RELEVENT TO PRE-REG STUDENTS WHO
WILL BE NEWLY QUALIFIED PHARMACISTS THIS SUMMER.
Consulting with older
people workshop Holiday Inn Brighouse HD6 4HW
BOOK via CPPE website on event
ID 45791 Wednesday July 5
th 7.30pm –Gill Hawksworth
This workshop has been
developed for pharmacy professionals (pre-registration trainees, pharmacists and
pharmacy technicians). Throughout this workshop we refer to the
pharmacy practice website. This can be accessed at: www.consultationskillsforpharmacy.com
Overall aim-The aim of this
workshop is to support you in adapting your consultation to meet the needs of
the older person to ensure a person-centred approach.
■ describe the issues that may make the consultation with the older
■ appreciate and respect the perspective of the older person when
discussing their medicines and health
■ describe the key skills and behaviours that are essential to
ensure older people are considered with
respect and dignity
■ adopt the key practice standards that will support you in
demonstrating a person-centred approach
when consulting with older
■ complete a self-reflection form to support you in developing your