Programme

Safe and effective medicines: Informatics for best practice

SIHI 2016 – 20 May

TimeSpeakerPresentation (click title for abstract)
0845Registration and coffee
Session 1: Patient safety and service quality – Why we need to optimise medicines management
(Chair, Tony Horne)
0915Dr Philip Scott & Prof Jane Portlock
Co-chairs, SIHI 2016
Conference welcome and introduction.
0930Ann Slee
ePrescribing Lead for Integrated Digital Care Record and Digital Medicines Strategy, NHS England
Safety and quality – delivering the digital medicines strategy.
1000Gary Warner
Managing Partner, Pinnacle Health Partnership
Technology moves quickly, patients move quicker.
1030Industry speakersHow can technology support medicines optimisation?
1100Break
Session 2: Education and training to improve medicines management
(Chair, Dr Claire Ancient)
1130Prof Chris Cutts
Director, Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education,
University of Manchester
Better patient outcomes from medicines through optimising education.
1200Stuart Semple
Head of Faculty, Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Professional support and development to deliver care across all sectors: the role of the RPS.
1230Lunch
Session 3: Information technology to support multi-sector medicines optimisation
(Chair, Dr Jim Briggs)
1330Prof Martin Stephens
Chair, Wessex Local Professional Network - Pharmacy
Minding the Gap.
1400Jay Patel
Chief Innovation Officer, Day Lewis Pharmacy
Pharmacy of the Future - Clinical, Digital and Remote.
1430Julie James
Health Informatics Consultant, Blue Wave Informatics LLP
Medication profile best practice: How should informatics standards help?
1500Break
Session 4: Realising the benefits
(Chair, Dr Penny Hart)
1530Amanda Cooper
Director of Medicines Optimisation & Pharmacy,
Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
Dr Philip Scott
Wessex AHSN health informatics lead
Using the Summary Care Record to improve medicines reconciliation.
1550Prof Jeremy Wyatt
Professor of Digital Healthcare, University of Southampton
Does improving the safety and effectiveness of medicines require health informatics, behaviour change, or both?
1620Prof Steven Shaha
Principal Outcomes Consultant, Allscripts
Demonstrating the benefits of digital medicine through improved outcomes.
1650Dr Philip Scott & Prof Jane Portlock
Co-chairs, SIHI 2016
Closing remarks
1700Close
Programme timing and content is subject to change.