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Pharmacy Technicians.

Our Pharmacy Technicians are placed in patient facing and patient supporting roles to ensure effective medicines use, through shared-decision making conversations with patients. In addition Pharmacy Technicians also complete tasks including effective medicine administration, supporting medication reviews, and medicines reconciliation.

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Clinical Pharmacists.

Our Clinical Pharmacists take management of patients with chronic diseases and undertake clinical medication reviews to proactively manage people with complex polypharmacy, especially the elderly, people in care homes, those with multiple co-morbidities (in particular frailty, COPD and asthma) and people with learning disabilities or autism.

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Social Prescribers.

Our Social Prescribers as members of the PCN’s team of health professionals takes referrals from the PCN’s Core Network Practices and from a wide range of agencies to support the health and wellbeing of patients assess how far a patient’s health and wellbeing needs can be met by services and other opportunities available in the community.

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Care Coordinators.

Our Care Coordinators support our patients to utilise decision aids in preparation for a shared decision-making conversations. In addition Care Coordinators bring together all of a patient’s care and support needs, and explore options to meet these within a single personalised care and support plan (PCSP), in line with PCSP best practice, based on what matters to the patient. Help patients to manage their needs through answering queries, making and managing appointments, and ensuring that patients have good quality written or verbal information to help them make choices about their care.

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First Contact Physiotherapists.

Our First Contact Physiotherapists diagnose, triage, and manage patients who self-refer or from a clinical professional within the PCN. In addition our First Contact Physiotherapists strengthen links for wider services through clinical leadership, teaching and evaluation. In addition, First Contact Physiotherapists integrate and tailor care programmes in partnership with patients, providing a range of first line treatment options including self- management, referral to rehabilitation focussed services and social prescribing.

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Advanced Clinical Practitioners

Our ACPs are trained to carry out a wide range of clinical activities, including performing physical examinations, diagnosing and treating illnesses, prescribing medications, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests, and managing patient care. They may also provide counselling and support to patients and their families, as well as liaising with other healthcare professionals to ensure coordinated and effective care.

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Physician Associates.

Our Physician Associates are first point of contact care for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems by utilising history-taking, physical examinations and clinical decision-making skills to establish a working diagnosis and management plan in partnership with the patient and their carers. In addition our Physician Associates will also support the management of patient’s conditions through offering specialised clinics and provide health/disease promotion and prevention advice, alongside analysing and actioning diagnostic test results.

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Mental Health Pharmacy Technicians

Our Mental health pharmacy technicians are responsible for preparing, supplying and administering medicines. They are key members of the mental health multidisciplinary team and play a vital role in helping often vulnerable patients get the best outcome from their medicines. The role involves liaising with patients, other healthcare professionals to ensure the effective and safe use of medicines.

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Mental Health Facilitators

Our Mental health facilitators are professionals who work to promote mental health and well-being. Their role is to provide support and guidance to individuals, groups, and communities who are experiencing mental health challenges. Within their role mental health facilitators Provide education and information about mental health conditions and their treatment options. Conducting mental health assessments to determine the nature and extent of an individual's mental health concerns. Developing and implementing treatment plans that address the individual's mental health needs.

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Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners

Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners work for NHS Kirklees Talking Therapies (previously IAPT). In their role, they work with people who experience common mental health difficulties such as depression and anxiety. They offer appointments direct to the Viaduct PCN to offer you support with your difficulties and establish if their therapies might be of benefit to you. Kirklees Talking therapies also conduct treatments using principles based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

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