MRPharm S IP Chris Rose has worked in Community Pharmacy since 1976. For Boots for 27 years, and for Lloyds pharmacy for the last 11 years where he is currently a Part-time Relief Manager. I served on Essex LPC from 1991-2009 and on various committees in Mid-Essex, also undertaking work as a GP Practice Pharmacist. In 2009 he became an Independent prescriber and in 2011 ran an innovative NHS Pain medicines management clinic in his community pharmacy. He is currently the Pharmacist representative on the Mid-Essex Clinical Commissioning Group Primary Care Forum and work for the CCG as a Care Homes Pharmacist consultant. He is also on the committee of the National Association of Non-Medical Prescribers and the RPS Innovators Forum.
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The case for giving pharmacists access to patients’ records is growing stronger. Chris Rose describes how he used patient records to run a painmedicines management clinic
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