Non-Medical Prescribing National Update
This one day NHS conference will bring together newly qualified, established and aspiring non-medical prescribers to hear about national updates, competency frameworks and to hear from experts surrounding the legal and ethical accountabilities for non-medical prescribers. In addition, this NHS conference boasts case study presentations and discussion sessions to encourage sharing of best practice and innovative ideas for NMPs, specifically giving evidenced insight into pressures of NMPs, how NMP can improve service efficiency and case study guidance for supporting and developing non-medical prescribers.
Are you a non-medical prescriber? Would you like to hear national updates and best practice advice applicable for all established, newly qualified and aspiring non-medical prescribers? With thought provoking presentations and stimulating discussions, this informative and educational NHS conference is the ideal forum to learn about non-medical prescribing and how it can be developed for your services. You will leave the course knowing how to develop and improve support and resources to NMPs within your trust.
This NHS conference will provide all non-medical prescribers with a unique platform to network, share best practice and discuss key challenges that arise for all non-medical prescribers. You will leave equipped with the knowledge and confidence to implement and evolve non-medical prescribing roles. You will learn more about:
- Implementing national updates: latest developments, a wider national picture and applying competency frameworks to non-medical prescribing roles
- Working ethically, legally and within professional boundaries: best practice for medication management and assuming legal responsibility and accountability when conducting NMP
- Overcoming pressures: insight into the strains of overcoming financial and workload demands and effectively managing responsibility
- Improving your service: how to guidance for increasing efficiency and identifying and overcoming the challenges of NMP
- The realities of NMP: hear case study based evidence on the actuality of being a non-medical prescriber
- Developing and supporting: best practice shared to encourage continued development, sustain NMP in your service and fully support qualifying, new qualified and established NMPs
Whether you are a non-medical prescriber or want to know how NMP can be developed in your practice area – this forum will develop your knowledge and learning and is designed for:
- Established Non-Medical Prescribers
- Aspiring Non-Medical Prescribers
- Newly Qualified Non-Medical Prescribers
- All Service Leads
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to this NHS non-medical prescribing audience, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to this NHS non-medical prescribing audience, SBK would welcome working with you. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here.
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|9.00||Refreshments, registration and networking|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks and introduction|
Jane Portlock, Professor of Pharmacy Postgraduate Education, University of Sussex
NATIONAL UPDATE AND COMPETENCY
|9.50||National update: Latest developments and evidenced guidance for implementation in your service|
Insight into the latest developments and national guidance for non-medical prescribers
National competency frameworks: implementable advice ensure that you are competent, have competency and understand your limits
Strategies for maintaining and sustaining NMP in line with national developments
Jane Portlock, Professor of Pharmacy Postgraduate Education, University of Sussex
ACCOUNTABILITY AND DEMAND
|10.30||Getting to grips with NMP and medication management and legal aspects of NMP |
Best practice guidance for medication management in NMP
How to ensure you are working legally, ethically and within professional boundaries when prescribing
How to assume legal responsibility and accountability when conducting NMP
Rachael Davis, Legal Officer & Solicitor, RCN Legal Services, Royal College of Nursing
|11.30||How to effectively handle the pressures of NMP: managing responsibility, workload and financial demands|
Understanding and comparing the difficulties of NMP and the impact on the role of an NMP
How to balance and effectively respond to the varying strains of non-medical prescribing
Case study insight into how the different hurdles can be overcome and the most effective service provided
Mark Foulkes, Macmillan Lead Cancer Nurse and Nurse Consultant Acute Oncology Service, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
|12.10||Q&A with the morning speakers |
Use this unique opportunity to benchmark your service and discuss how you can take away national guidance, overcome consistent challenges and improve competency directly for your role as an NMP.
CONTINUOUS DEVELOMENT AND SUPPORT
|1.40||Case study: Supporting and developing non-medical prescribers in their role|
What are the challenges? How to jump the hurdles and effectively support your NMPs
How to develop and enable a continued development plan for the role NMP
A look to the future: what is required to sustain the role of the non-medical prescriber?
Anthony Ackroyd, Specialist Practitioners and Nurse Independent Prescriber, Wellbeing and Health Improvement Service (WHISe)
|2.20||Case study: How to implement effective nurse led non-medical prescribing|
Practical guidance on how to develop, sustain and improve nurse lead NMP
Understanding how nurse led NMP can work effectively: confronting the challenges to realise the benefits
Measuring service improvements: long term impact on finance, staff and patient experience
Helen Roe, Consultant Cancer Nurse, North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust
|3.20||Case study: How to increase service efficiency through effective NMP |
Working around the barriers and enablers for non-medical prescribers
How one service improved efficiency through a redesign of their service
Insights shared for increased efficiency in a palivizumab clinic and what you can implement to improve your service
Kat Hall, Lead Women’s and Children’s Pharmacist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
|4.00||Case study: Guidance into the reality of non-medical prescribing: qualifying and in practice|
Understand how a newly qualified non-medical prescriber developed and maintain their role
Evidenced insight into the support that you should expect in your role as a NMP
Innovative ideas on how to tailor the role of NMP to suit you and to drive your service forward
Rachel Tennant, Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Birmingham City Hospital, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals
|4.40||Q&A with the afternoon speakers|
Use this time to reflect on the shared best practice and case studies, compare your service and non-medical prescribing role with others from across the country and ask your final questions to ensure that you leave able to take away and effectively implement the advice and knowledge to drive your role forward your role as an NMP.
|5.00||Close of day|
This NHS conference will bring together non-medical prescribers work across all services. They will share best practice advice, experiences and open up discussions about how to overcome challenges of NMP. Learn from evidenced based case presentations with confirmed speakers including:
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