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AWARDS FINALISTS BANNSIDE PHARMACY


PORTGLENONE In February this year, Bannside Pharmacy received funding from the Diabetes UK NI Innovation & Improvement Fund to run a twelve-week programme for ten people with Type 2 diabetes with the aim of helping them achieve better control and/or reversal of the condition. An integrated partnership comprising the pharmacy, clinical psychologists, local physical activity coaches and diabetes nurses had excellent outcomes for the majority of those, who took part and proved that a community pharmacy-based programme can guide people with Type 2 diabetes.


KENNEDY’S PHARMACY


RASHARKIN The pharmacy team had increasingly noted that there was demand from patients to access additional services both within the pharmacy sector and from other allied health professionals. A refit was therefore carried out to provide consultation rooms so that allied health professionals could deliver clinics within the pharmacy. In addition to the provision of in-pharmacy additional services, such as the flu vaccination service, the pharmacy now hosts an audiology and ear wax removal clinic, a physiotherapy clinic and a podiatry clinic.


POLEGLASS PHARMACY


BELFAST The pharmacy was approached by the Men’s Shed and was asked to engage with a group of twelve to fifteen men to facilitate them in getting together and sharing experiences in a friendly and safe environment. The pharmacist worked with the group on topics that were highlighted by the men, such as nutrition and mental health issues. The project not only provided a venue where the men could come together on a social basis, but also gave the pharmacist the opportunity to carry out routine health checks for this notoriously difficult-to-reach group.


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