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Pharmacy Training Event. 17 th June 2014 Claire Walters Services Manager SoT Routes to Recovery Stuart Fisher Clinical Co-Ordinator. Welcome!!. Here to improve relationships, share knowledge and best practice Regular event going forward. Why Are We Here?.

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pharmacy training event

Pharmacy Training Event

17th June 2014

Claire Walters Services Manager SoT Routes to Recovery

Stuart Fisher Clinical Co-Ordinator

welcome
Welcome!!
  • Here to improve relationships, share knowledge and best practice
  • Regular event going forward
why are we here
Why Are We Here?
  • You are an important ‘piece of the puzzle’ and our eyes and ears in managing the risks that our SU present with
  • We need to make sure that you now what information we need, when we need it and why we need it
  • We need to be clear about what you need from us
  • We all need to know the best ways to communicate with each other in order to manage risk and support decision making
  • Some things work well some don’t – from all sides we could be better
missed pick ups
Missed Pick Ups….
  • 1st Missed Pick Up
    • Try and contact SU are they OK??
  • 2nd Missed Pick Up
    • Outreach team contacted, Visit at Home
  • 3rd Missed pick up
    • Police called safe and well
    • PX Stopped. Need to see Dr before restart
    • OD risk higher
missed pick ups and spoc
Missed Pick Ups and SPOC
  • 1st Missed Pick Up
    • Try and contact SU are they OK??
    • Call the SPOC leave a message
  • 2nd Missed Pick Up
    • Outreach team contacted, Visit at Home
    • Call SPOC and leave a message
  • 3rd Missed pick up
    • Police called safe and well
    • PX Stopped. Need to see Dr before restart
    • OD risk higher
    • Call SPOC and leave a message – Don’t dispense again until new prescription is issued
spoc phone
SPOC Phone
  • For information giving only.
  • All hubs info is on the back of prescription. If you need to speak to someone call that number – they will be able to advise
what to do with missed pick ups
What to do with Missed Pick Ups
  • One Day Missed
    • If Titration script don’t dispense and urgent Red call to hub
    • If not call SPOC and continue dispensing
  • Two Days Missed
    • Call SPOC and continue to dispense
  • Three Days Missed
    • DO NOT DISPENSE
    • Call SPOC
    • Prescription is cancelled. Only dispense again after new prescription is issued
what we can help with
What we can help with…
  • Violent and aggressive SU’s
  • Training for new staff
  • Advice and guidance on complex cases
  • Alerts and Info on local trends
supervised consumption
Supervised Consumption
  • One of the most important things you do
  • Ensure that SU’s are getting what is prescribed and reduces illicit drug availability
  • Check and Balance
  • Concerns of missed pick ups for weekly dispense
supervised consumption agreement
Supervised Consumption Agreement
  • Highlighted text is why we have chosen to have this event today
  • We have slightly changed the wording to fit in with the SPOC process and behaviour expectations of our service users
  • Look through the agreement
supervised consumption assessment
Supervised Consumption Assessment
  • The tool we use to help determine who is who isn’t on supervised consumption
  • Things we consider
    • Safeguarding
    • Alcohol Use
    • Drug use ‘on top’
    • Engagement with services
    • Continual missed doses
    • Intelligence that full doses arn’t being taken
prescriber q and a
Prescriber Q and A
  • Any questions for Dr Ian Coffey?
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LIN
  • We work closely with the LIN liaising with them around errors, issues and security concerns that we have
  • We report
    • prescriptions not dispensed by the correct pharmacy
    • Wrong amounts dispensed
    • Dispensing not in accordance with how prescribed
    • Lost prescriptions
  • They were instrumental in, (and paying for!), tonights event in an attempt to reduce the amount of incidents that are reported
  • Important work in reducing the amount of illicit prescribed substances that are on the streets of Stoke on Trent.
case study
Case Study
  • What could have happened if we don’t communicate….
  • SU A comes in severely intoxicated. He is on weekly dispense 75ml methadone a day.
  • Whats wrong with this picture?
  • What are the dangers here?
case study1
Case Study
  • SU is on daily supervised buprenorphine. They are being increasinly inpatient for having to wait for it to disolve….
  • What happens next?
  • What could be happening?
  • What part can we play in this?
case study2
Case Study
  • You have noticed for the past 4 days a SU has come in with small children.
  • What happens next?
case study3
Case Study
  • Service User comes in and asks you to accept a prescription that hasn’t got your stamp on it
  • What happens next?
  • What could be the consequences
safeguarding we need you
Safeguarding… We Need You
  • Regular contact with our service users
  • Might see things that haven\'t been disclosed
  • Patterns of behavior, including people that they are regularly with
  • General welfare of the child if they are with them
  • Like anything we are only as good as the info we are told.
  • Good way of making sure everything adds up
ideas for next time
Ideas For Next Time…
  • What would you like support in
  • Ideas for Discussion
  • Case studies for peer support
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