About the conference
Pharmacy has been an integral part of the NHS to deliver the medicine optimisation in both primary and secondary care. As new services and patient pathways are being developed and delivered, the role of pharmacy team is expanding to enable and support patients to manage their own health whilst remaining in their own homes where possible.
Although medication is the most common health intervention, medication-related harm constitutes the greatest proportion of the total preventable harm in healthcare. The World Health Organization (WHO) patient safety challenge launched in 2017 aimed to reduce harm from medicines by 50%, globally in the next five years, and medication without harm theme has been selected for World Patient Safety Day 2022.
The reduction and prevention of the medication-related harm can only be achieved by working within and across complex adaptive systems with our healthcare professional teams and putting patients and their carers at the heart of our services. Furthermore, sustainable medicine optimisation is even more important as we encounter limited healthcare resources and challenges in the healthcare system.
In this 29th HSRPP Conference, we welcome research addressing delivery of sustainable medicine optimisation with the focus around the four principles of Medicines Optimisation and additional strand focusing on sustainable solutions:
- Aim to understand the patient’s experience
- Evidence based choice of medicines
- Ensure medicines use is as safe as possible
- Make medicines optimisation part of routine practice
- Sustainable healthcare solutions for modern age
Following the success of the online 2021 and 2022 conferences, we will return to an in-person conference. We are very excited about the host of fantastic speakers and workshops we have planned for HSRPP 2023. The programme will include inspiring keynote speakers, excellent research oral and poster presentations, and developmental workshops focusing on the conference theme. We will also run a Ted Talk panel debating what sustainability is in healthcare, including pharmacy, and how it will look in the future. Support for conference attendees will also be a focal element with the integration of wellbeing activities into the conference schedule.
Panel discussion: Sustainable solutions for a modern age
Follow this link to book your place at HSRPP 2023. You can find details of the cost of registration below. Payments are by credit or debit card only - please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44(0)1355 244966 if you require an alternative payment method.
A discount is available for early bird registration up to and including 28 February 2023 (date extended).
We want to encourage students, people who are unwaged and researchers from least developed or low to middle income countries to attend HSRPP 2023. An additional discount is therefore available for these groups. A list of eligible least developed or low to middle income countries is available via this link.
We are aware that attendance at conferences can be financially challenging. We have a limited number of bursaries to support conference attendance for those working in community pharmacy. If you wish to submit an expression of interest for this please contact email@example.com. Please do this prior to registering for the conference.
|Registration type||Early bird price up to 28 February 2023||Price from 1 March 2023||Conference dinner Monday 17 April|
|Unwaged, UG/PG students (with no full-time income) and delegates from least developed or low to middle income countries||£180||£220||£35.00|
Please note: Conference oral and guest speaker presentations may be recorded (audio and/or video). Attendees should be aware of this and by attending you consent to this taking place. Presentations which are recorded will be available to all conference attendees for a limited period of time via a dedicated link on the conference website, as soon as possible after the conference finishes.
Imaan Healthcare was also one of the leading providers during the Covid-19 vaccination programme, administering over half a million doses of the vaccine. We trained MPharm students and trainee pharmacists to administer vaccines, and they played a magnificent role in this operation!
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