As MD/Community Pharmacist at Marton Pharmacy in Middlesbrough, Michael has worked to transform the health and wellbeing of his community. He campaigned for, and subsequently worked with the Public Health Team, to bring Healthy Living Pharmacies to Tees. In 2009, Michael won the UK Community Pharmacist of the Year Award, and has since won national awards for Excellence in Training, Innovation and Excellence in Business, and an award from Mayor Ray Mallon for Services to the Community. Michael is an Honorary Lecturer at Durham University School of Pharmacy, and Chair of the Local Professional Network for Durham, Darlington, and Tees.
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Margaret lives alone. Following the death of her husband she has become increasingly frail. Carol, a pharmacy technician from the local pharmacy, visits Margaret at home to undertake a review of her medicines as requested by Mark, the community pharmacist. Margaret tells Carol that she finds no benefit from omeprazole and amitriptyline and does not want to continue them. Carol and Mark discuss Margaret’s concerns with her GP, who agrees that the medicines can be stopped. Edith was admi