This expert speaker session from Dr Stephanie Gallard was recorded at Guidelines Live on Wednesday 01 December 2021. The session was supported by Soar Beyond.

If you have clinical pharmacists in your practice or organisation, contact Soar Beyond to see how they can support with their clinical delivery, training, and development: soarbeyond.co.uk.

This session focuses on why GP pharmacists are ideally placed to take on management of psoriasis as a long-term condition and to make a significant impact on patient care and quality improvement. Find out about the suite of i2i Network e-learning, on-demand training, and implementation resources available to support you on this journey.

Find out what opportunities GP pharmacists have in meeting the needs of managing psoriasis and improving patient lives.

Key learning points:

  1. unmet need in managing psoriasis
  2. treatment and management considerations
  3. opportunities for GP pharmacists
  4. how the i2i network can help.

 

 

About the speaker:

 

Stephanie Gallard Alternative

Dr Stephanie Gallard

Stephanie qualified as a pharmacist in 1991, a doctor in 1996, a GP in 2003, and after several years as a salaried GP moved into medical management in 2008. Following several Deputy Medical Director roles, she decided in 2018 to return to the primary care front line as a ‘proper’ GP again and renew her acquaintance with patients.

Stephanie’s strong interest in dermatology began as a Senior House Officer in 2002. She obtained the Cardiff Diploma in Practical Dermatology shortly afterwards. Stephanie has worked in the Liverpool Dermatology Integrated Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service since its inception in 2007 as an accredited GP with Special Interest for the Liverpool University Hospitals Foundation Trust. She is an enthusiastic educator on dermatology in primary care to all clinicians, and lectures extensively for various organisations including the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS). She is also an Executive Member of the PCDS.

 

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