Pharmacy Management National Forum Workshop

The Right Medicines in the Right Place: Homecare, Out of Hospital Care and Medicines Optimisation

What is the Pharmacy Management Forum Workshop?

The Pharmacy Management National Forum Workshop brings together the Pharmaceutical Industry and the NHS to learn about medicines optimisation developments in a collaborative environment.

Several hundred delegates will spend the day sharing best practice in medicines optimisation through a series of small and interactive satellite sessions and through case studies presented on posters in the learning zone.

The scrapbook for the 2015 Forum Workshop can be found here on the main website at

You can see the agenda for the Workshop here.

To aid NHS delegates in making appropriate disclosures we have prepared a transparency statement which can be seen here.

Please note that photographers will be capturing images throughout. By attending you accept that you may appear within these photographs and video recordings that Pharmacy Management may use for promotional purposes.


2015 National Forum Workshop Sponsors

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Gold sponsors

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The National Forum Workshop is being preceded by a series of regional roadshows building on the last National Forum.

Download a diary appointment here:

Birmingham - National Forum Workshop

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The UKCPA Autumn Symposium is not just for specialists. We have plenty on offer for the generalist practitioner and for those who have not yet specialised. Clinical worksessions for non-specialists include updates on asthma and COPD, managing patients in the peri-operative period and how to choose diabetes treatments.

Non-clinical worksessions are suitable for all practitioners and include improving your personal resilience, developing your mentoring skills, building your Faculty portfolio, how to get into research, and constructing that crucial business case.

Book now to secure your place. Prices from £150.

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