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Locum Clinical Pharmacist (Band 7)

Day Webster
Basildon, England
Closing date
28 Feb 2024

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Pharmacy sector
Job Type
Are you a skilled and experienced Clinical Pharmacist looking for locum opportunities? Day Webster Recruitment Agency is currently seeking a dedicated Locum Clinical Pharmacist (Band 7) to join our AHP division. This is an excellent opportunity to work in various healthcare settings and contribute to the delivery of high-quality pharmaceutical care.


Provide comprehensive pharmaceutical care to patients, including medication review, therapy optimization, and medication counselling Collaborate with healthcare professionals to develop and implement pharmaceutical care plans, ensuring safe and effective medication use Conduct medication reconciliation and manage complex medication regimens for patients with multiple comorbidities Perform clinical assessments and contribute to multidisciplinary team meetings, providing expert advice on medication-related issues Participate in medication safety initiatives, including adverse drug reaction reporting, medication incident investigation, and implementation of risk reduction strategies Provide education and training to healthcare staff, patients, and carers on medication management, adherence, and side effects Contribute to service development and quality improvement projects, promoting evidence-based practice and best practice guidelines Maintain accurate and up-to-date medication records and documentation, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and professional standards Requirements:

Degree in Pharmacy from a recognized institution Registration with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) as a Pharmacist Proven experience working as a Clinical Pharmacist in a hospital or primary care setting Demonstrated clinical knowledge and expertise in pharmacotherapy, including pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and drug interactions Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build effective relationships with patients and healthcare professionals Excellent problem-solving and decision-making abilities, with a commitment to patient-centered care and safety Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team Flexibility to work various shifts and adapt to changing work environments Benefits:

Competitive hourly rate and additional benefits, including holiday pay and pension scheme Flexible working hours and opportunities for professional development and career progression A supportive work environment with access to clinical supervision and mentorship

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