Careers in General Practice in Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire
As part of NHS England’s five year plan, GP practices will be working in Primary Care Networks – a group of practices working together to share resource and best practice across a small area of 30K – 50K patients. By taking part in Primary Care Networks, practices will be guaranteed funding for up to 20,000 additional staff – one of those roles being clinical pharmacists.
Working directly with practices to improve patient care and influence change, you’ll have the opportunity to share knowledge, benefit from supported, continuous clinical and professional development, drive innovation in general practice and really bring your expertise to life.
Joining our multi-disciplinary teams in General Practice, you’ll enjoy a patient-facing role that offers real scope to use your experience and ideas to significantly improve quality of care and patient safety.
Your expert knowledge of medicines for specific disease areas will especially help to better manage people with complex polypharmacy, in particular for the elderly, people in care homes and those with multiple co-morbidities.
You’ll also take the lead in developing the role of clinical pharmacists in practice, by supporting further integration with wider healthcare teams, including community and hospital pharmacy. This will contribute to improved patient outcomes, better access to healthcare and increased efficiency in General Practice.
If you have experience in a hospital or community pharmacy, and have or want to achieve prescribing capability, you will enjoy a varied role at the forefront of pioneering healthcare where every day is different but may include:
With experience in a hospital or primary care setting, you’ll already be a prescriber and be eager to further develop your professional potential. Here you’ll have every opportunity to learn and grow your clinical skills and professional knowledge by:
By their pioneering and innovative nature, these clinical pharmacist job opportunities naturally offer incredible scope for clinical and professional development in an open, flexible environment.
The opportunity to learn and develop is also supported by on-going access to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) within working hours.
So, as well as NHS England and Health Education England (HEE) ensuring that you receive continuous training, education and development, you can also look forward to:
As well as enjoying a rewarding, professionally satisfying clinical pharmacist role at the heart of general practice, you can also look forward to:
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