Join us at “Transforming Community Pharmacies in to High Street Clinics”

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at The Arnold Hills, London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST

Transforming Community Pharmacies into High Street Clinics is a conference organised by NELLPC and will be held from 9-5pm on Thursday the 15th November 2018 at The Arnold Hills, London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST.

The conference will highlight the potential of delivering high quality and easily accessible, personalised healthcare in North East London, including clinical and public health services and the NHS 10-year plan. Matt Hancock, Health Secretary, said: “It is important to make the investment in primary care and community pharmacies, so people don’t need to go to hospital”.


Following the recently closed consultation, the NHS 10-year plan is set to include decisions on the future of personalised care and role of community pharmacy in delivery of clinical and prevention services;

Development of the integrated care providers (ICPs) contract, which is intended to allow health and care organisations to be funded to provide services for a local population in a coordinated way.

NHS England aiming to make ICP a mainstream model of care across England by 2020, following the rollout of ICP pilot programmes in 18 areas across England

The Government’s commitment to expand ICP and PHBs to between 50,000 and 100,000 people by March 2021.

Topics/Speakers will include:

Introduction & Background Prof David Taylor, Professor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical and Public Health Policy, UCL

Community Pharmacy in Primary Care Mr Steve Brine, Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Primary Care and Public Health at UK Dept of Health & MP for Winchester (invited)

NHS in 2030 (To Be Confirmed), Nesta

Integrated Care Ceri Jacobs, Managing Director, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Groups

Pharmacists play vital role in improving patient health: Evidence to date Prof Margaret Watson, Professor of Health Services Research, Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology, University of Bath

Delivering pharmacy based clinical services Bernadette Brown, Community Pharmacist, Cadham Pharmacy Health Centre, Glenrothes, Scotland

Social Prescribing: supporting patients to take more control of their own health and Population Health Dr Jagen John, General Practitioner & CCG Chair

Community Pharmacy as a High Street Clinic: Prevention and hospital discharge patients Hemant Patel, Pharmacist & four-time former president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Workforce Development and pharmacy Professor Gail Flaming, Director of Education and Professional Development, Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Mobile Health: enabler of empowered patients David Doherty, Co-founder and Director, 3G Doctor

Digital enablement in integrated care systems Luke Readman, CIO, Tower Hamlets CCG

Integrated Care Provider Contract and community pharmacy Janaka Perera, Strategy & Programme Lead, North East London Local Pharmaceutical Committee

Proposed action points and Close Prof David Taylor, Professor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical and Public Health Policy, UCL

Attendance is free & places have been reserved for:

Commissioners of primary care, mental health and public health services and those
working to develop enablers for the delivery of high-quality services locally

Local councillors from the six boroughs including those on health and wellbeing boards

Local voluntary organisations

Hospital colleagues

Local pharmacists

HealthWatch Organisations

* * * Get in touch via the comments if you’d like me to arrange a VIP invite for you to attend * * *

Draft of my slides:

Video of presentation:

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