The management of common clinical conditions is an activity being undertaken to a much greater degree by pharmacists and pharmacy teams. Pharmacists and the wider health professional team really need to remain vigilant and competent when prescribing, dispensing or managing patients in this area.
Understanding the nature the risks and the clinical skills required to assess and manage patients presenting with common clinical conditions is now a priority for all of us.
It is in this context that it is with considerable pride we announce that Stephen Andrew Whyte will deliver an interactive session on the various clinical skills required to manage people with respiratory presentations.
This session was an interactive and very much focussed on practical considerations like clinical skills. Case studies and a live question and answer session at the end will hopefully help bring the topic to life in an engaging way for you.
About Stephen-Andrew Whyte
Stephen an Advanced Paediatric Practitioner. Stephen has worked in the pharmacy industry for over a decade, gaining experience in community, hospital and academic settings, and is a specialist pharmacist in paediatrics and neonatology with a sub-speciality in paediatric intensive care. Identified by his peers as a trailblazer, Stephen was the first pharmacist in the UK to be recognised as an Advanced Paediatric Practitioner (ACP) in paediatrics, and the first Health Education England Clinical Fellow in Urgent and Acute Care from a pharmacy background.
He is passionate about advancing pharmacy professionals’ knowledge and skills of children and young people and how medicines relate to them. In addition to this, he has also led an innovative pilot that trains pharmacists as Advanced Clinical Practitioners to work in urgent care centres and emergency departments across London and the South East. Stephen undertakes regular clinical work as a senior clinician in the paediatric department of a busy London teaching hospital; assessing, diagnosing and treating children presenting with a plethora of illnesses independently. Outside of work, Stephen enjoys the theatre, eating out and long rambling country walks with his Scottie dogs, Angus and Oona.
*This event may be supported by the pharmaceutical industry. Any engagement with supporting companies will be completely optional. We may offer informative presentations from the companies in a separate online room during the event. The companies have had no input into the design of the event or the agenda.
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