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The Pharmacy Management National Forum “Medicines Optimisation – Are We There Yet?” comes to Gateshead on Thursday 30 April 2015

On Thursday 30 April 2015, the Pharmacy Management National Forum is taking place at the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead, (Bottle Bank, Gateshead, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE8 2AR).

The Pharmacy Management National Forum  has been held successfully in London for the last three years and has gained a reputation as being the first major conference to be designed specifically to develop and network best practice in medicines optimisation.

In 2015 the National Forum will be visiting Gateshead, North East London, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham.

Each event is free of charge to NHS staff involved in medicines optimisation and the meeting in Gateshead has been designed in excellent cooperation with the North of England Commissioning Support Unit.

The agenda will show that Speakers and Satellite presenters have been recruited from significant distances to bring the latest developments in medicines optimisation to Gateshead.

FINAL AGENDA for the Pharmacy Management National Forum Regional Roadshow in North East on 30 April 2015

Whilst at the Forum, delegates are able to attend two (2) out of the six (6) Satellites on the agenda.  Please indicate on the attached registration form, in order of preference, which 4 out of the 6 satellites you would prefer to attend.  We anticipate significant demand for places in the Satellite Sessions and will make every effort to accommodate your requirements.

We will confirm to you well in advance of the meeting the Satellite Sessions which have been allocated.


Please send an email to commencing it with “I would like to reserve a place at the National Forum on Thursday 30 April 2015 at the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead Hotel” and attach the registration form duly completed.

NE Forum Registration Form

You will receive a prompt acknowledgement of receipt of your email from the offices of Pharmacy Management.  More detail about the meeting will then follow in due course.