Neuropharmacy MasterClass 2 – Module 2 (day 1)
Module 2 has now been split into 2 separate dates and will take place on 23 April and 7 June 2021. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
Please note this is not the first module in the course, and previous modules must be attended.
This is the second module of Neuropharmacy MasterClass 2. Module 1 took place on 16-17 October 2020 and covered multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's, whereas module 2 will cover epilepsy and headache disorders.
Before returning for the second module, a service development / review audit should be undertaken back at your workplace, which will be presented back to the cohort at module 2. Learners will also receive mentorship while completing the inter-module project of their choice.
The course is fully funded which includes all meeting materials, meals, a travel allowance and one night of accommodation at the meeting venue. Accommodation costs for the night prior to the module are covered for delegates who live more than 2 1/2 hours travel away. Your travel grant will be discussed once your application has been approved and is for UK delegates only.
Your fully funded fee covers the costs of the MasterClass and the whole course must be attended in full. A cancellation charge applies, as per terms and conditions.
Module 1 was held on 16 and 17 October 2020. You can now login with your account to access the MasterClass resources if you've attended module 1.
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This activity has been supported by sponsorship from Biogen Idec Limited and Roche Products Limited. The sponsors have had no control over the educational content of this activity.
Lead neuroscience pharmacist, Barts Health NHS Trust Rachel Dorsey-Campbell
Senior lead pharmacist, Neurosciences, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Dr Richard Davenport
Consultant neurologist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Dr Shona Scott
Consultant neurologist, NHS Lothian
Developing neuropharmacists, supporting collaborative care
Knowledgeable pharmacists can initiate or support new treatment pathways, play an important role in patient education, medicine adherence, efficacy and safety, and provide advice to other healthcare professionals involved in the person's care. This Academy recognises the value of this essential role, and seeks to enhance pharmacist's clinical skills and build their confidence in managing a range of neurological conditions.