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Awards - 2019 Shortlist

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The Best of Clinical Pharmacy Awards 


We're delighted to start announcing the 8th annual Best of Clinical Pharmacy Awards shortlist.

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The awards will continue to look to celebrate and acknowledge successful individuals and teams within the pharmacy profession. We are delighted to be able to recognise all sectors of clinical pharmacy through these awards which are open to any qualified pharmacy professional irrespective of career level. Prizes include an educational grant to help attendance at an overseas Congress.  

Excellence in Clinical Leadership - 2019 SHORTLIST 

  • Northumbria Integrated Clinical Pharmacy Team, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Michael Lloyd and Abigail Wilkinson, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Dr Andrew Lowey, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust    
  • Nicky O’Brien, Church Street Medical Group of Practices

Excellence in Hospital Pharmacy Practice - 2019 SHORTLIST 

  • Pharmacy service in the Emergency Department, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Medicine & Physical Health Reconciliation (MPHR) in Community Services, South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust
  • Michael Lloyd and Abigail Wilkinson, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Dr Andrew Lowey, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Jonathan Hindmarsh and Simon Guilfoyle, University of Sunderland and City Hospitals Sunderland
  • Katy McLachlan, South West London & St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust

Excellence in General Practice Pharmacy - 2019 SHORTLIST 

  • Pharmacists Detecting Atrial Fibrillation (PDAF) Study Team, The Research Team, Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent
  • Greenwich Integrated Medicines Optimisation: An Interface Role – Acute Medicine and GP Clinical Pharmacists – Reshma Chhana, Ayorinde Balogun, Amina Ali, Katherine Howes, Champa Mohandas, Louise Dark
  • Clare Collins & Carol Walton, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Darush Attar-Zadeh, Barnet CCG

Sponsored by: soar

Excellence in Clinical Community Pharmacy Practice - 2019 SHORTLIST 

  • Lauren Gibson & Kate Stock, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and NHS Lothian
  • Viral Doshi, London Borough of Hillingdon – Public Health

Excellence in use of Technology in Pharmacy Practice - 2019 SHORTLIST 

  • The Evolution of a Comprehensive Electronic Medicines Reconciliation Form, Gemma Williams, South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust
  • Jonathan Hindmarsh and Simon Guilfoyle, University of Sunderland and City Hospitals Sunderland
  • Richard Cottrell, NHS Ayrshire & Arran

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Award Categories

Excellence in Clinical Leadership
The judging panel are looking for an outstanding person, from all types of pharmacy background who has made an exceptional professional contribution to clinical pharmacy leadership in the UK. This could be an individual who has:

  • made a career long contribution or a single initiative that has had a major impact in recent times
  • demonstrated expertise, patient centred professionalism or is considered a role model for their profession
  • shows passion, advocacy, encouragement and commitment to supporting innovative developments in pharmacy
     

Excellence in Hospital Pharmacy Practice
The judging panel are looking for an outstanding person, team or project that has made a significant contribution to clinical pharmacy in hospital pharmacy in the UK. This could be:

  • a career long contribution or a single initiative that has had a major impact in recent times
  • a development of a new service, innovation or a research project
  • improving a service, working practices or utilising new technologies providing person centred outcomes
  • a multidisciplinary approach to delivering clinical pharmacy services/care to patients 
     

Excellence in General Practice Pharmacy   Sponsored by: soar
The judging panel are looking for an outstanding person, team or project that has made a significant contribution to clinical pharmacy in general practice pharmacy in the UK. This could include work in clinical commissioning groups, nursing homes and intermediate care settings. This could be:

  • a career long contribution or a single initiative that has had a major impact in recent times
  • a development of a new service, innovation or a research project
  • improving a service, working practices or utilising new technologies providing person centred outcomes
  • a multidisciplinary approach to delivering clinical pharmacy services/care to patients
     

Excellence in use of Technology in Pharmacy Practice 
The judging panel are looking for an outstanding person, team or project that has made a significant contribution to clinical pharmacy in the UK. This could be:

  • A career long contribution or a single initiative that has had a major impact in recent times
  • A development of an innovative digital service or research project
  • Improving a service, working practices or utilising new technologies providing patient centred outcomes
  • Transforming the sector in the digital age using IT to tackle major issues in the pharmacy community.

 

Excellence in Clinical Community Pharmacy Practice
The judging panel are looking for an outstanding person, team or project that has made a significant contribution to clinical pharmacy in community pharmacy in the UK. This could be:

  • a career long contribution or a single initiative that has had a major impact in recent times
  • a development of a new service, innovation or a research project
  • improving a service, working practices or utilising new technologies providing person centred outcomes
  • a multidisciplinary approach to delivering clinical pharmacy services/care to patients


 

Submission criteria

We will be judging the submissions using the following criteria:

1.How this individual or project has made a positive impact on clinical pharmacy practice and/ or patient care, ideally supported by qualitative or quantitative evidence or published literature

2.The quality of their innovations and / or research within clinical pharmacy practice

3.How reproducible is the innovation or initiative or role or application of their research or evidence that practise has or will be sustainable for long term benefits

4.How innovation and creativity enhances the role of pharmacy

Application Process and Guidance

  • An independent judging panel will be convened and will meet in March 2019 to assess the applications and judge the awards.
  • Shortlists will be announced in March. The winners will be announced at The Clinical Pharmacy Congress and as such all those shortlisted will be expected to attend.
  • The panel’s decision will be final.  The panel will not enter into any discussion or correspondence concerning any award.  The judging panel reserves the right to withhold an award if no suitable submission is received.  The judges reserve the right to move an entry to a different category if it is felt that it is more relevant for that entry
  • Companies associated with any member of the judging panel are not normally eligible for consideration
  • These rules and notes can be modified from time to time at the discretion of the panel

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