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Demonstrating & Improving Prescribing Competence & Practice: Implementing the New National competency framework for all prescribers

Friday 1 December 2017
De Vere West one Conference Centre, London

Demonstrating & Improving Prescribing Competence & Practice: Implementing the New National competency framework for all prescribers
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Last year a new and updated Competency Framework to support healthcare professionals to prescribe effectively was published by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Through national updates, practical case studies and extended expert sessions, this conference focuses on demonstrating and improving prescribing competence and practice – embedding the competency framework, and ten competency dimensions for all prescribers.

“The competency frame work is there to guide you To acquire and maintain competence to be safe, effective prescribers who are able to support patients to get the best outcomes from their medicines. It is there to underpin your professional responsibility for prescribing. It should be used to inform standards, the development of education, and the guidance and advice from regulators, education providers, professional organisations and specialist groups. Also the framework brings professions together and harmonise education for prescribers by offering a competency framework for all prescribers; with this comes shared understanding.” Angela Alexander, Professor of Pharmacy Education, University of Reading, May 2017

“Both the number of medicines prescribed and the complexity of medicine regimens are increasing. The challenges associated with prescribing the right medicines and supporting patients to use them effectively should not be underestimated. There’s lots of evidence to show that much needs to be done to improve the way we prescribe and support patients in effective medicines use.” Ash Soni, President The Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Benefits of attending
This conference will enable you to:

  • Network with colleagues who are working to improve prescribing competence and practice 
  • Understand the national context of your prescribing practice
  • Examine how to self assesst, reflect and audit prescribing practice against the ten competency dimensions
  • Embed the framework into practice and demonstrate competence 
  • Learn from others to improve prescribing governance and accountability 
  • Move towards zero harm from prescribing errors 
  • Develop strategies for improving medicines optimization 
  • Improve your skills in prescribing for comorbidities 
  • Improve practice in diagnostic decision making  
  • Self assess and reflect on your own practice
  • Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence

100% of delegates at a previous conference on this subject would recommend the event to a colleague

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