Pharmacist B7 - Medicines Information

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Does your career need a shot of adrenaline? Are you looking to join a motivated and fast paced team? If so, talk to us in North Wales!Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is the largest health organisation in Wales, providing a full range of primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services for a population of around 678,000 people across the six counties of North Wales. Stretching from Wrexham in the East and along the coast to the mountains of Snowdonia in the West. Being close to the cities of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester we like to think that we have something for everyone.Due to promotion of the current post-holder, we have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Pharmacist to join our pharmacy and North Wales Medicines Information (MI) teams. Medicines Information forms 50% of this full-time role. For the remaining 50% you will be a member of the medical team of pharmacists providing pharmaceutical care within Wrexham Maelor hospital, supported by specialist pharmacists and Medicines Management technicians.Appropriate training will be offered with the opportunity to attend the National Medicines Information Training Course (NMITC). This is a 3-day residential course developed to provide face to face training for pharmacy practitioners working as specialists in NHS Medicines Information (MI) services. You will also be supported and encouraged to attend Welsh Medicines Information Operational Group meetings and the annual UKMI Practice Development Seminar.Team work is hugely important to our department and embedded in our culture. Our aim is that all our pharmacy team maximise their potential and we actively encourage career progression by offering funded places on the Independent prescribing course and the Advanced Clinical Practice MSc (run by Glyndwr University).The post is based at Wrexham Maelor Hospital which has a modern, spacious pharmacy department with enthusiastic and motivated staff from both secondary and primary care. There is a strong ethos of development and innovation: we have a number on non-medical prescribers running clinic sessions in their specialist areas and automated drug cabinets on most of our wards. Links between Bangor and Cardiff universities provide opportunities for research, audit and teaching.If you’re looking to advance your career in a place that allows you to reach your goals inside work and out, North Wales ticks all the boxes. From flexible working options and support for your development you’ll discover a work environment that lets you flourish. With stunning surroundings, affordable housing, great schools and a true sense of community wherever you go, North Wales is the perfect place to settle down on your own or with a family. To help you relocation expenses will be considered on an individual basis.Applications are welcomed from pharmacists currently completing post graduate diploma/MSc qualifications.The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.Closing date: 02/12/2020Part-time working will also be considered.Have we stirred your interest? Would you like to know how you could help shape the future? Have that conversation; give one of us a ring or email.Sheila Doyle, Medical Lead Pharmacist , Hay (Medicines Information Lead Pharmacist) further details / informal visits DoyleMedical Lead 726313

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