The 44th UKMi Practice Development Seminar was held at the MacDonald Burlington Hotel Birmingham on Wednesday 12th September 2018.
Congratulations to the 2018 poster winners:
Delegate's Choice winner:
And the winner of the Peter Golightly Award for MI Excellence:
Can MI improve the efficiency of pharmacy on-call service - Susan Smith - Delegates Choice Winner Impementation of an electronic tracking system for managing formulary applications in a welsh healthboard-Davies and Evans - Winner Pre-Registration pharmacists MI rotation satisfaction - can small changes make a big difference - Varu and Thompson - Winner The use of MiDatabank by shift workers out of hours - Katrina Yu.pdf The Yorkshire & Humber MI Network-Promoting collaboration on a regional footprint-Dave Abbott To tweet or not to tweet that is the #MI question - Sarah Cavanagh 20 years of pharmacy technicians in MI - Vivienne Rose An Evaluation of the Pharmacy Resource Guide (PRG) for pharmacy staff-Binita Bhakta Bigger & Better the birth of the Leeds Medicines Advisory service - Emily Turner Categorising MI enquiries to demonstrate intervention & improved patient safety - Kate Postle Cold chain breach enquiries - analysis of value - Charlotte Hay Do healthcare professionals use the new Trust MI service based at one hospital following a merger, and if not why not - Alison Innes How does MI contribute to patient safety - Mehreen Karim Increasing awareness and reporting of the yellow card scheme at st Helens & Knowsley - Mandeep Minhas Make babies SMiLE timely Mi support & information at ESNEFT - Natasha Gearing MI Keeps its cool and saves over £47K - Marianne Eve MI skills training for clinical pharmacists - Catherine Witter Patient helpline analysis at a local MI centre - Robert Dugdale Project Echo-practice pharmacist training on open access resources - Margaret Kelly Putting a price on fridge enquiries - Sarah Crawford Standard search patterns when answering enquiries - Sana Junaid Supporting patients & clinicians on a novel class of oral anticoagulants - Cristina Coelho
Plenary 1 Speaker 1 - UKMI presentation 12th Sept 2018 - Angela Carrington Plenary 1 Speaker 2 - High-risk meds & transfers of care - Nicola Wake Plenary 1 Speaker 4 - Quality Improvement and the WHO Global Safety Challenge - Paul Gimson Plenary 1 Speaker 3 - Scottish Polypharmacy Guidance Realistic Medicine Quality Strategies Prescribing - Alpana Mair Plenary 2 Speaker 1 - Group Peer Review - Ammar Abbas Plenary 2 Speaker 2 - Mi in a community setting John Lightfoot Plenary 2 Speaker 3 - Re-launching an MI Service - Reena Lal Plenary 3 Speaker 1 - Mental health and MI draft 1 - Rachel Brown Plenary 3 Speaker 2 - Asthma and COPD update - new inhalers and risk issues -Toby Capstick Plenary 4 Speaker 2 - The Physics of Communications - Simon Enright Plenary 4 Speaker 3 - UKMi Embraces Twitter - Sarah Cavanagh