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WINNERS


EHEALTH AND INNOVATION IN PHARMACY PRACTICE


Arnd Mommers, Willach UK, Patricia Hannam, North and West Operational Unit, NHS Highland, Dingwall and Charlie Denwood, Positive Solutions


PATRICIA HANNAM, NORTH AND WEST OPERATIONAL UNIT, NHS HIGHLAND


Although it is NHS Highland policy that Care at Home users who are receiving managed support have a medication review by a primary care pharmacist, this has, to date, been unachievable across NHS Highland’s remote and rural areas. Patricia has been instrumental in establishing a remote connection to the GP prescribing systems and, as a result, patient consultations and meetings have been conducted remotely using


telehealth technologies. The judges were excited by this project and said that it would be interesting to see the outcomes in a year or so.


‘This award will mean a lot to the team that I’m representing here tonight,’ Patricia told SP, ‘and it will certainly help to drive innovation forward. We are already seeing benefits for the patients and hopefully these will continue to be


rolled out across the region over the next few years.’


‘For Scottish pharmacy professionals - and for suppliers – these awards are a very important platform on which to meet and talk,’ said Arnd Mommers. ‘Willach will be more than happy to participate again next year in this highly effective event.’


‘These awards,’ said Charlie Denwood from Positive Solutions,


‘provide the perfect occasion to listen to the challenges that the pharmacy profession in Scotland have to address.’


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