Antimicrobials in hospital – a development of advanced ePrescribing analytics

This project will develop novel analytics to visualise and increase understanding of antimicrobial prescribing and support antimicrobial stewardship initiatives.

Scale up, replication and licensing of the PINCER intervention

This project will scale up and spread a proven pharmacist-led intervention to reduce common medication errors in general practice, making make primary care prescribing even safer for patients.

Improving prescribing safety in general practices in the East Midlands through the PINCER intervention

A pharmacist-led information technology intervention for reducing clinically important errors in medication management (PINCER) has been developed to identify and correct prescribing errors in general practices. Led by Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust with the University of Lincol...

Moving beyond initial prescribing accuracy in the emergency village

North west England
This project led by Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, aims to improve prescribing accuracy for patients admitted on weekends and improve the prescribing journey within EAU through to discharge. It will investigate the risks and hazards in the prescribing pathway on weekends and develop interven...

Delivery of critical medications to patients in the acute care pathway

South west England
Led by Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, this project aims to improve reliability in the patient assessment and prescribing process for medications that reduce the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE). The project will will identify weaknesses in the existing patient risk assessme...

Chris Green, GenerationQ Fellow

North west England
Chris Green has been Director of Pharmacy and Medicines Management at the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2005. He leads a team of over 100 staff, with a budget of £3.3m.

Margaret Watson, Improvement Science Fellow

Margaret Watson's 2014 Improvement Science Fellowship project will involve patient and public involvement in developing quality standards, indicators and measures for community pharmacy practice.

Scottish patient safety programme: Pharmacy in primary care

This project aimed to improve patient safety by strengthening the contribution of pharmacists in primary care and improving communication within a more integrated primary care team.

Multidisciplinary review of medication in nursing homes: a clinico-ethical framework

North east England
Led by Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, this project aimed to reduce the amount of medicines prescribed to care home residents unnecessarily and to involve patients and their families or carers in decisions about prescribing and de-prescribing. The team developed a medication review f...

Paul Gimson, GenerationQ fellow

Paul is the Director for Wales at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS). He acts as professional secretary to the elected Welsh Pharmacy Board and provides the board members with advice and guidance that enables them to set out strategic leadership and vision for the profession of pharmacy in Wa...