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Physical Health In Severe Mental Illness: The Role of Pharmacy

13 May 2022
Strategy and Policy
Physical Health In Severe Mental Illness: The Role of Pharmacy

 

 

 

Understand
- the disparities and inequalities that exist for cardiometabolic risk, metabolic syndrome, and related diseases e.g., diabetes for patients with severe mental illness
- the impact that those disparities and inequalities have for morbidity and mortality for patients with severe mental illness
- medicines optimisation issues that are relevant and important to the above
- the role of pharmacy from a clinical practice and research perspective

 

Learning outcomes:

Increased knowledge and understanding of

  • the disparities and inequalities that exists for cardiometabolic risk, metabolic syndrome and related diseases e.g., diabetes for patients with severe mental illness
  • specific medicines optimisation issues that occur as a result of the above
  • the role of pharmacy in the above
  • specific activities that could be made to clinical practice and research to contribute to improved care in this area
Speakers
Dr Dolly Sud, Senior Clinical Psychiatric Pharmacist/Postdoctoral Researcher - Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust/College of Mental Health Pharmacy

Partners

Lead Education Partner

  • CPPE
  • Morph

 

Education Partner

  • APTUK
  • BOPA
  • BPNG
  • CMHP
  • Health Education England

 

Education Partner

  • HIVPA
  • UKRPG
  • NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • NHS Digital
  • NHSx
  • PTOC
  • GPHC

 

Education Partner

  • NPPG
  • PCPA
  • PDA
  • Pharmacist Support
  • RPUK
  • SPS

 

Education Partner

  • Soar Beyond
  • NHCA
  • UKBPA
  • UKCPA
  • PrescQIPP
  • Pharmacy Declares
  • GHP and RPS

 

Media Partner

  • C&D
  • PDA
  • PrescQIPP
  • Scottish Healthcare Review
  • Welsh Healthcare Review
  • NI Healthcare Review
  • Prescriber

 

Nominated Charity

  • Pharmacist Support

 

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