PCN Pharmacist Position at NHS- Apply now

Website NHS Jobs

Job Details

Posting Date: 22 March 2024

Salary: Not specified (Negotiable)

Hours: Full-time

Closing Date: 12 April 2024

Location: Birmingham, B33 8TA

Company: NHS Jobs

Job Type: Permanent

Job Reference: A2156-24-0003


The PCN Pharmacist position at NHS Jobs entails a diverse range of responsibilities aimed at optimizing patient care and outcomes.

Key Responsibilities

Structured Medication Reviews (SMR): Conducting thorough reviews of patient medications to ensure efficacy and safety.

Long-term Conditions (LTCs) Management: Assisting in the management of patients with chronic illnesses to improve their quality of life.

Patient-facing Role: Engaging directly with patients to provide medication counseling and address any concerns.

Care Home Medication Reviews: Conducting comprehensive reviews of medications for residents in care homes to optimize their treatment plans.

Complex Polypharmacy Management: Managing patients with complex medication regimens to minimize adverse effects and drug interactions.

Elderly and Frail Patients Care: Providing specialized care and support to elderly and frail patients to enhance their well-being.

Quality Improvement Prescribing Indicators (QOF): Contributing to quality improvement initiatives through adherence to prescribing indicators.

Specialist Expertise of Medicines: Utilizing specialist knowledge to advise on appropriate medication therapies.

Lead on Person-centred Medicines Optimisation: Taking a proactive approach to tailor medication regimens to individual patient needs.

Lead on Local Anti-Microbial Stewardship (AMR) within the PCN: Spearheading efforts to promote responsible antimicrobial use within the Primary Care Network.

QOF Contribution and Enhanced Services: Maximizing QOF contribution and participating in enhanced services to enhance patient care.

Collaboration with Healthcare Teams: Working closely with pharmacy teams across primary care, community, and hospital settings to deliver holistic patient care and improve outcomes.

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please visit the NHS Jobs website and reference job ID A2156-24-0003.

This role offers an exciting opportunity for a dedicated pharmacist to make a meaningful impact on patient care within a collaborative healthcare environment. Apply now to join our team and contribute to the delivery of high-quality pharmacy services within the Birmingham community.

To apply for this job please visit beta.jobs.nhs.uk.