Are you looking for a dynamic and innovative role in Pharmacy to include Medicines Administration and ward-based working?
We are looking for 2, enthusiastic and self-motivated Senior Pharmacy Technicians. You will be involved in the progression of the Medicines Optimisation role of Pharmacy Technicians working to provide patient centred care both in the pharmacy department, on wards and participating in medicines administration as part of a integrated way of working.
You will also be a forerunner in the development of the role delivering medicines administration and optimisation services for inpatient areas, a field of work which could take your career to a new and varied level.
Successful candidates must be a qualified ACPT and have significant experience in medicines optimisation at ward level, previous experience in medicines administration will be helpful but not essential. Our patients often have complex and varied needs from our service and so expanding the skill set of the multi-disciplinary team is vital to create a holistic service for our patients.
Pharmacy Technicians are fast becoming important members of the ward team and in this role your time will be divided between ward based working and dispensary time allocated to maintain and further competencies.
Main duties of the job
Main duties of the job include:
- Completing admission activities such as medicines reconciliations, POD assessments and managing patient supply needs whilst in and out of the ward.
- Supporting the discharge process to include ordering of medications, transfer of care and patient counselling and support
- Participating in medicines administration rounds
- Conducting patient education sessions
- Optimising EPMA use to support your work and the work of other members of the team
- Maintaining safe and secure standards for the storage of medicines
- Accuracy checking and dispensary activities (to include robotic compliance aid technologies)
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Job description Job responsibilities
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