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Pharmacy Technician Job Description

Job Summary

To support development and operation of systems and processes within the Trust to ensure people with long term conditions are able to take or be administered medicines as prescribed in domiciliary settings.

Contribute operationally to the development and delivery of pharmaceutical, prescribing and medicines management initiatives across the PCT in accordance with national policy and the PCT medicines management strategy.

Assist in the delivery of rational, high quality, safe, cost-effective, evidence-based prescribing through integrated working.

Main responsibilities-Pharmacy Technician Job Description

1. Contribute to the delivery of prescribing and medicines management services across the PCT to meet the pharmaceutical care needs, improve concordance and reduce waste for patients.


2. Assessment of patient`s pharmaceutical needs to help promote concordance and follow up reviews to ensure that systems put in place are still effective.


3. Provide both written and verbal information to patients about their medicines.


4. Provide advice to carers on administration and handling of medicines as per the Medicines in Falls Support Programme Learning Pack


5. Liaise with Long Term Conditions teams, primary healthcare, secondary care, care agencies, social services, hospice, Age Concern to enhance care of the patient in domiciliary settings.



Pharmacy Technician Job Description

6. Liaise with practice pharmacists, community pharmacists, practice medicine managers and GPs to ensure full clinical reviews are carried out where necessary.


7. Develop knowledge of use of ICE (for patient test results), Integrated Social Services Information System (ISSIS) and future IT developments to improve and support patient care and management.


8. Access multi-disciplinary training both clinical and administrative to improve the service.


9. Assist in the implementation of evidence-based prescribing guidelines and/or formularies, including the implementation of NICE guidance and National Service Frameworks that pertain to medicine use. [cont right]


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Pharmacy Technician Job Description

10. Assist pharmacists with medication reviews (Level 3) in a domiciliary setting.


11. Undertake Level 1 review of medicines prior to visit and Level 2 where appropriate, following training and assessment of competence.


12. Review and identify issues required for prescribing management to enhance individual patient safety and the reduction of iatrogenic disease.


13. Facilitate and participate in multidisciplinary meetings and educational sessions related to prescribing topics.


14. Undertake audit work relevant to the role and disseminate the results.





Pharmacy Technician Job Description

1. Provide education and training e.g. to GP practice staff, practice medicines managers, domiciliary carers and other health professionals on a one-to-one basis and in groups.


2. Assist in the training of other members of the Long Term Conditions medicines management team


3. Take responsibility for identifying personal and professional development needs to support the needs of the service, career progression and the requirements of the professional body for continued registration. To agree these with your line manager as part of the KSF review process.


4. Provide tailored training to carers on the administration of medicines within the Medicines in Falls Support Programme Learning Pack


5. Contribute to development of the PCT medicine management policy relevant to the role.


8. Discuss medication reviews, medicines use and clinical information with patients in a way that they will understand and be able to act upon, thereby improving concordance and therapeutic outcomes. [cont below]


Knowledge Training and Experience required for the post


Pharmacy Technician Job Description

Essential Qualifications


Registration with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain


City and Guilds, B/Tech in Pharmaceutical Science, NVQ Level 3 or equivalent.


Evidence and commitment to life-long learning


Academic Qualifications to a good standard






Recent General Clinical Pharmacy Activity


At least 4 years post qualification experience in hospital and/or community.


Knowledge and Skills



Pharmacy Technician Job Description



Knowledge of medicines uses and their actions


Good analytical and presentation skills (verbal and written)


Ability to work both as a team member and independently


Multi-disciplinary working


Ability to plan own workload with priorities and objectives


Basic IT literacy i.e. use of email, the internet and word processing


Enhanced IT skills (including Word, Excel and Access)


Personal Attributes




Excellent interpersonal skills


Ability to work on own initiative


Ability to effect change and influence others


Team worker

Pharmacy Technician Job Description

Some other medical JD`s.

Pharmacy Technician Job Description



Pharmacy Technician Job Description


1. Build strong working relationships with GP practices, prescribers, community pharmacists and the multidisciplinary team to facilitate the delivery of the PCT Long Term Conditions Medication Review Service.


2. Communicate information accurately and clearly in order to realise changes in prescribing behaviour in accordance with national guidance e.g. NICE and local prescribing policy.


3. Communicate details of local pathways for referrals related to medicines compliance issues to all relevant stakeholders.


4. Communicate effectively with patients to assess their medication needs and explain the proposed action. Deal with any concerns they may have as a result of these actions.


5. Communicate with all relevant health and social care professionals on an individual patient basis to ensure best outcomes for the patient.


6. Work with other health and social care professionals to ensure effective liaison across all interfaces (secondary care, intermediate care, primary care, social care settings) with the aim of ensuring a seamless approach to medicines management.


7. Network within the PCT medicines management team and the Long Term Conditions team to ensure consistent PCT-wide prescribing strategy and the dissemination of good practice.


8. Discuss medication reviews, medicines use and clinical information with patients in a way that they will understand and be able to act upon, thereby improving concordance and therapeutic outcomes.











9. Respond to medicines management enquiries from healthcare professionals, staff, patients and members of the public within the PCT area. Where necessary, enquiries will be forwarded to the appropriate team member.


10. Provide regular reports on progress to the Advanced Integrated Care Pharmacist and the Long Term Conditions Team Manager, and, where appropriate the Associate Head of Medicines Management and other members of the medicines management team.


11. Regular attendance and participation as a member of the Pharmaceutical Care Sub-Group of the Medicines Management Team.


12. Maintain and develop confidential systems for recording and monitoring patients referred to the service.



Pharmacy Technician Job Description


1. Contribute to the development and implementation of the PCT medicines management strategy, team objectives and prescribing support initiatives.


2. Manage own workload in respect of the Long Term Conditions Medication Review Service.



3. Contribute to the publication of PCT newsletters, prescribing bulletins and guidelines.


4. Support other members of the Long Term Conditions medicines management team and practice staff e.g. Practice Medicine Managers, as required.


5. Assist in the general development of the PCT through the recognition of the need for flexibility and the willingness to take on additional duties as required, commensurate with the grade and responsibilities of the post.



Pharmacy Technician Job Description


1. To maintain registration with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB) and pursue personal and professional development as required by the pharmacy profession, service responsibility and career progression.


2. Accountable for own professional actions acting in accordance with the RPSGB`s Code of Ethics.


3. Contribute to local and wider professional networks, including developing effective working relationships with medicines management teams in the health community and across the Strategic Health Authority.


4. Contribute to the development of PCT, PBC group and GP practice prescribing and medicines management policies and protocols, and facilitate their implementation as appropriate.













5. To recognise the importance of people`s rights and act in accordance with legislation, policies and procedures which acknowledge and recognise their expressed beliefs, preferences and choices in relation to privacy, dignity and the support they would like.


6. Develop the role in order to maximise professional support within the PCT, improve services to patients and achieve the PCT`s medicines management objectives.


7. Work in a discreet and professional manner, maintaining confidentiality of patient and other data of a confidential nature acquired as part of the duties of the post. Report actual or potential problems that may put health, safety and security at risk and suggest how they might be addressed.


8. Ensure adherence to Lone Worker Policy for personal safety and safety of others.


Contribute to the delivery of prescribing and medicines management services across the PCT to meet the pharmaceutical care needs of the individual patient, improve concordance and reduce waste.


The post-holder will conduct assessments in patients` own homes, liaising with GPs, other healthcare professionals, long term conditions teams, community matrons, district nurses, practice medicine managers, community pharmacy staff, social care professionals, patients relatives, where appropriate, to ensure that the individual patients` medicines management issues are resolved.


To provide regular audits and progress reports to the Integrated Services Directorate and Medicines Management Committee.