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Trusting people to do the right thing. Supporting teams to diverge from normal practice where necessary

14 May 2022
Clinical Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Technicians

Clinical leadership challenges us to balance traditional provision of detailed SOPs and instructions with a philosophy that allows people the clinical autonomy to prioritise their time and to do the right thing, including diverging from normal practice where necessary. The pandemic and the restrictions it has placed upon us have encouraged our large clinical pharmacy service to reflect on this balance. Within the leadership of the service, a set of clinical principles were developed to support this thinking and this session describes those principles and the response of colleagues to this style of leadership.


Learning outcomes:

- Describing clinical service principles rather than processes.
- Trusting staff to practise in the best interests of patients and to exercise autonomy.



Ms Ann Page, Lead Clinician - Clinical Services, Medicines Management and Pharmacy Service - Leeds Teaching Hospitals


Lead Education Partner

  • CPPE
  • Morph


Education Partner

  • BOPA
  • BPNG
  • CMHP
  • Health Education England


Education Partner

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


Education Partner

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


Education Partner

  • Soar Beyond
  • NHCA
  • 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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