Date of prep: December 2020
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Professor Anna Murphy has for many years now demonstrated the highest level of leadership in pharmacy in the respiratory field. Anna is a Consultant Pharmacist with an interest in respiratory medicine and is widely published in this area. She has a passion for teaching professionals and patients about all things respiratory.
We are therefore very proud to welcome Anna back to share her respiratory pharmacy insights gleaned from the vast experience she has gained in her impressive career.
This webinar has been supported by Orion Pharma (UK) Ltd. They have had no input into any aspect of the design or delivery of the advertised webinar; however please note that Orion Pharma (UK) Ltd will make a short independent presentation during the event.
Orion Pharma (UK) Ltd is a subsidiary of Orion Corporation, a pharmaceutical company based in Finland. Orion Pharma (UK) Ltd carries out extensive research with a goal of introducing new treatments into global markets. Core therapy areas in Orion’s product and research strategy are Respiratory, Central Nervous System (CNS), Oncology and Critical Care. Visit www.orionpharma.co.uk.
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About Professor Anna Murphy
Anna Murphy is a consultant respiratory pharmacist at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and honorary visiting professor at DeMontfort University. The clinical aspect of her post offers assessment, medicines optimisation, monitoring and advice to people with respiratory disease, working both in hospital and across the interface. Anna currently works with several national groups and organisations on issues surrounding prescribing in respiratory disease. Anna has published widely and produced the “7-Steps to Success” education materials. Research interests include medicine adherence in people with respiratory disease and pharmacy practice research.
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Feedback from previous live events
“This was an excellent session, I learnt a lot, and have a lot of follow up reading to do, I wasn’t familiar with the GINA report and some of the other resources and websites mentioned are new to me too.”
“The webinar was great, having such a knowledgeable speaker added a lot of value and his participation in research around inhaler technique made it very insightful. I feel I now have the knowledge to improve patients’ inhaler techniques even better than before this webinar. I am studying for the IP qualification in respiratory just now, so the topic was very relevant to me. I look forward to the next respiratory session & the common clinical conditions one. Thank you for arranging these great sessions, I know it must take a lot of time and planning.”
“I really enjoyed the webinar on Inhaler technique. Excellent speaker with great knowledge and practical tips. Reinforced messages I already knew and made sense of things I was unclear on. Useful tools for further CPD and for working with patients to improve outcomes.”
“Thank you to both Johnathan and his team and Toby for an excellent webinar.”
“It’s brilliant that you have organised this session, it’s definitely an area where pharmacists can do so much more to improve care and help prevent deaths. You mooted perhaps a further session – I think this would be very worthwhile to reinforce learning.”
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