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AWARDS FINALISTS O’BRIENS PHARMACY


MAGHERAFELT As with many of his colleagues across NI, pharmacist Niall O’Brien has seen the number of patients with dementia steadily increase over the last few years. Earlier this year, he ran an ‘Alzheimer’s Awareness Day’ in the pharmacy and, as a result, he decided to make his pharmacy a ‘dementia- friendly’ area and to undertake training for both himself and his staff so that they could both assist in signposting patients they suspected were suffering from dementia and those, who had already been diagnosed.


SIMPSON'S PHARMACY


BALLYMENA Pharmacist Sarah Simpson had been introduced to the idea of places of solace or ‘Safe Places’ for victims of domestic violence through her church and had undergone relevant training. Sarah has now trained her staff to spot the signs of domestic violence in patients and the presence of consultation rooms provides the team with the opportunity to try and ‘engineer’ an intervention with any patient that they suspect is being abused so that they haves the opportunity to signpost in confidence.


STEPHANIE HAUGHEY


MCCARTAN’S PHARMACY, NEWRY In early 2017, Stephanie became involved with the National Childbirth Trust (NCT), which promotes and supports mothers around issues faced in the First 1,000 Days after giving birth. Stephanie became very aware of the challenges faced by these women and decided to run a project to give these women back ‘ownership’ of their health; to move them from the health professional operating as the ‘parent’ to a position of empowerment where they are able to ask questions and take control of their own health.


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