As technology evolves, pharmacy teams must be equipped and confident to use it in their everyday lives. Improving digital literacy in the pharmacy workforce can help transform care. Health Education England has recently published digital capabilities for the pharmacy workforce as part of the drive to develop profession specific digital capabilities.
This interactive session will provide participants with evidence-based interventions and approaches being adopted to develop a digitally ready healthcare workforce for today and the future, including the pharmacy workforce.
Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Head of Blended and Digital Learning and Development, Health Education England
Henrietta is the Head of Blended and Digital Learning and Development at Health Education England. She was previously the Topol Review Project Lead and a Clinical Nursing Fellow.
She is a Registered Mental Health Nurse, a Darzi Fellow Alumni and an NHS Clinical Entrepreneur.
She was a visiting nursing lecturer at City University, London and is currently a visiting lecturer at University College, London.
Who should attend
- Pharmacy managers
- Pharmacy owners
What you'll learn
- Explore evidence-based interventions that supports development of digital capabilities and digital organisations
- Discuss approaches to attracting and educating the current and future workforce to become digitally literate – including the pharmacy workforce
- Identify future opportunities to make further impact.
Join Henrietta to find out more about digital capabilities for the pharmacy workforce.
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