Service: An on-site mini review of medicines processes and medicines management, tailored to your needs, followed by a short report and action list.
Typically this involves three hour assessment visit to look at medicines processes. This could include being there when medicines are ordered or checked in, a meeting with key staff, notes reviews, check on charts and policies and a discussion. This is followed by production and delivery of a short report giving recommendations, plus a follow up conversation and notes on any actions needed.
This work is carried out by a Nurse Prescriber or Pharmacist.
- On site evaluation
- Medicines management advice given on the spot & in a report
- Focuses on the areas where help is needed
- Practical signposting to resources and best practice examples
- A chance to identify existing best practices, develop & disseminate this
- Engaging and motivating staff through peer support and practical information, given during the visit and expanded on in a short report. Staff have commented that the find this approach supportive & beneficial to all.
- Can link directly to CQC assessments, safeguarding, mental capacity & medicines management reviews etc. Offering advice on practice, policy and implementation of changes.
- For example reviews have been used to look at policy implementation; specific areas such as ‘as required’ (prn) medicines or stock control. Alternatively reviews can identify individuals needing a clinical medicines review.
- The reviews link to all existing initiatives and the work of the local Medicines Management Teams, Community Pharmacies, Community Teams and G.P.s. Making the most of what’s available, improving communication and avoiding duplication of effort.
We use our expert knowledge of NICE Guidance, how to implement it successfully & trusted sources on information for staff learning & development.
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