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Pharmacy Medical

Location:
Neasden, England, NW10 0AH, United Kingdom
Posted:
March 24, 2019

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HAYTHAM MOHAMED SHAHATA

E - MAIL HMS H AHATA@GMAIL.C OM

M OBILE + 4 4 7 8 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 3

PERSONAL INFORMATION

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dependents relocate

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Date of birth

Languages

Professional license and

registration

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Male

British/Canadian

Married

Unemployed

Yes

7 Linley Court, Thicket Road, SM1 4QA, Sutton, London 07/05/1981

English/Arabic

General Pharmaceutical Council #2071584

3 Months

QUALIFICATIONS

Oct.2017 – Apr.2018

Leadership and Management for hospital pharmacy

Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education

The University of Manchester - Manchester, UK

Leadership and Management Diploma (Classroom)

• Advanced clinical leadership roles for hospital practice management

• Prioritise change drivers in the NHS, pharmacy services and medicines optimisation and their implications at local level

• Successful team development, management and performance management

• Lead on projects that deliver on the priorities of the pharmacy service and the organisation

• Leadership focus on quality improvement and patient safety

• Develop networks and communications across pharmacy and the wider healthcare team

Oct.2014 – Oct.2016

Sept.2004 – Jun.2008

Sept.2003 – Jul.2004

Post Graduate Qualifications

Clinical Diploma in Pharmacy – Joint Program Board (JPB) University of Brighton - Brighton, UK (Classroom)

• The foundation program comprising of 18 months at Certificate level and a further 12 months at Diploma level

- Practitioner Development and Establishing Clinical and Professional Practice

• Diploma Curriculum:

- Patient Safety services; Technical Pharmacy; Medicines Information; and Clinical pharmacy

• All sessions endeavour to integrate learning across the curricula and place special emphasis on problem solving and care prioritization

• Three work placements and teaching of further academic background to clinical practice

Primary Graduate Qualifications

Pharmacy MPharm (Master of Pharmacy)

University of Brighton - Brighton, UK (Classroom)

• 4 years programme

• It is delivered through a mixture of lectures, laboratory classes, workshops and tutorials

Computer Network Administrator Diploma

CDI College of Business & Technology – London On, Canada

• 1 year programme

• Network Administrator program designed for Network installation and Maintenance

• Content is based on industry certification requirements determined by Microsoft and CompTIA. Focused on preparing individuals to manage and maintain computers and network installations WORK EXPERIENCE

June 2018 – present

Specialist Paediatric pharmacist,

Education & Training and Lead for Medicines Advisory Service

The Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust -

London, UK

• Concise understanding of paediatric medicine (including oncology and transplantation)

• Tertiary specialist oncology and haematology Centre (adults and paediatrics)

Oct. 2015 – present

• Lead a team of pharmacists for the delivery and development of the medicines advisory service for Royal Marsden Hospital

(RMH)

• Manage performance of junior pharmacist team, responsible for their performance evaluations and professional development

• Provide advice and information to patients and healthcare professionals

• Responsible for creating and updating clinical screening protocols and guidelines i.e. anticoagulation guidelines

• Participates on ward rounds and transplant MDT to rational

• Act as an Educational Programme Director for the pharmacy department providing mentorship, for pharmacy staff, students, and residents

• Collaboration with higher education providers, the Marsden School and national education and training bodies to develop specialist education and training courses

• Lead and co-ordinate the delivery of the pharmacy training and development programme

• Teacher Practitioner roles: coordinate undergraduate pharmacy placements, working with higher education institution, deliver teaching to the undergraduate School of Pharmacy (Mpharm course) and support development of the in-house Marsden School non-medical prescribing course

• Working with the trust medication safety officer to design algorithms and system to prevent medication errors

• Support the clinical services team in the effective delivery of clinical services to ward areas and ambulatory care.

• Supervise the safe operation of ambulatory care

• Participates in the orientation and training of pharmacy students, residents, and newly started pharmacists and technicians

Senior Clinical and Chemotherapy Pharmacist (Adults and Paediatrics)

The Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust -

London, UK

• Management responsibilities include designing rotas for the medical wards ensuring safe structure to cover and maintaining continuity of service and skill mix. Also, responsible the shortlisting and recruitment process of pharmacists, pharmacy students and trainees

• Liaising with different departments at senior level ensuring efficient communication and meeting expectations

• Producing and presenting financial reports for haematology and oncology units to the Chief pharmacist and finance department in view of horizon scanning for the department’s May 2014– Oct. 2015

budget

• Provide expert clinical advice to staff working within the pharmacy service, medical and nursing team with regards to new treatments and new models of care

• Clinical responsibility includes advising and recommending treatments, assessing and screening of prescriptions for clinical safety ensuring optimized treatment is delivered safely in a timely manner to patients across a whole wide range of ages. This included prescriptions in specialist areas i.e. paediatrics, haemato- oncology, as well as medical day unit and technical services

• Fully accredited for safely overseeing high dose chemotherapy, Bone Marrow Transplant in adults and paediatric including Intrathecal prescriptions

• Developed a campaign for the Yellow card adverse drug reporting scheme to raise awareness among patients and healthcare professionals – Abstract submitted to the British Oncology Pharmacy Association (BOPA 2017 and BOPA

2018)

• Participate in monthly safety medicines thermometer audit data collection and yearly antimicrobial stewardship audit

• Acting as a pre-registration tutor and mentor for trainee pharmacists ensuring structured training is followed by trainee in line with the General Pharmaceutical Council requirements for registering trainee pharmacists in the UK

• Support teaching for pharmacy undergraduates and junior pharmacists in clinical rotations and continued professional development

• Responsible for delivering the nurses medicines management training programme

Lead Advanced Pharmacist – e-Prescribing and Haematology Croydon Health Services NHS Trust - Croydon, UK

• Reporting to Associate Chief Pharmacist

• As the haematology/aseptics lead, I provided clinical directorate with financial reports, cost improvement, prescribing formulary advice on pharmacy products

• Created and reviewed trust policies and guidelines including Medical Day Unit screening and clinical confirmation processes, Chemocare IT system prescribing and training of healthcare professionals

• Responsible pharmacist for the aseptic manufacturing unit for the safe drive and development of the unit

• I was the responsible pharmacist leading the implementation of electronic chemotherapy prescribing system in the trust as well as training of medical team, protocol building and managing of electronic prescribing

• Designated lead on the yearly aseptic unit external audit Jul.2011– May 2014

Oct.2009– July 2011

implementing any recommendations by auditors for improvement

• Management of a team consistent of six pharmacy technicians, one pre-registration pharmacists and three junior pharmacists

• Managed and developed clinical guidelines and standard operating procedures for haematology, oncology, nutrition, in accordance with local and national directives including the NHS plans for cancer, pharmacy services, and medicines legislation

• Manage and conduct appraisal of rotational pharmacists and chief pharmacy technician

Senior Cancer Services and Clinical Trials Pharmacist East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (Conquest Hospital) - Eastbourne, UK

• Facilitate the pharmacy aspect of cancer clinical trials undertaken within East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust

• Ensure Trust’s pharmacy service for cancer clinical trials complies with national regulations and guidelines and the Trust’s clinical governance agenda

• Provide specialised pharmacy services in haematology and oncology clinical pharmacy to patients, medical, nursing

• Provide specialised advice on haematology and oncology drug regimes

• Assess and analysing cytotoxic prescriptions for accuracy, appropriateness and safety prior to preparation

• Ensure final product of oral and aseptically prepared items meet locally agreed standards and protocols

• Participate in the departments continuing education activities including supporting the provision of education programmes for other staff members

Clinical Pharmacist

East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (Eastbourne Hospital) - Eastbourne, UK

• Provide specialist clinical advice relating to medicines use and drug interactions. Discuss prescribing issues which may include providing and receiving complex

• Participate in the departments continuing education activities including supporting the provision of education programmes for other staff members

• Provide clinical pharmacy service within the Emergency Department, Paediatrics, Medical Admission Units, Surgery, Cardiology

• Work closely with consultants, nurses, pharmacy staff and other healthcare professionals in ensuring that medicine use is safe, effective, and evidence based across hospital

• Responsible for training and mentoring pre-registration pharmacists and pharmacy undergraduates

Oct. 2008 – Oct. 2009

Pre-registration Pharmacist

Glyn Norris Pharmacy - W. Sussex, United Kingdom

• Monitored the delivery of controlled and narcotic drugs into the pharmacy and kept records in the register book; supervised patient consumption on premises and maintained records

• Dispensed medications including controlled drugs, POM, P

• Held hypertensive and diabetic workshops to council patients on their medications and healthy lifestyle

• Written clinical audit on the consumption, safe custody, and recording of controlled and narcotic drugs to improve the quality of handling controlled drugs

• Responsible for inventory, placing orders, and stock take for expired medicines

• Reviewed Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of Pharmacy

• Medicine Use Review (MUR) - interviewed patients regarding the correct use of their medications and counselled them

• Answered queries from doctors/patients – face to face and over the phone

• Recommended to patients over-the-counter drugs (Responding to symptoms)

TRAINING COURSES ATTENDED

Oct. 2018

June 2017

Oct. 2016

Aug. 2016

Aug. 2014

Aug. 2009

Aug. 2009

UKMI Workforce Development Working Group – Leicester, UK UK National Medicines Information Training Course (Classroom) Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – Sutton, UK Cancer Vanguard Bio-similar Trainer (Classroom)

British Oncology Pharmacy Association – Manchester, UK Introduction to Oncology Course (Classroom)

London Pharmacy Education and Training – London, UK Pre-registration Trainee pharmacist tutor development course (Classroom) London Pharmacy Education and Training – London, UK Advanced Aseptic course (Classroom)

Medway School of Pharmacy - Chatham, United Kingdom Medicine Use Review (MUR) (Classroom)

Kent Trainers – Kent, United Kingdom

Management Training (MUR) (Classroom)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

• Member of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) professional registration no. 2071584 (United Kingdom) LANGUAGES

• Fluent in both Arabic and English

SKILLS

• Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Windows Applications

• Skilled in communication and counselling

• Able to multitask; self-motivated

• Improved professional judgement

• Very organized and punctual

• Good Communication Skills

REFERENCES

• References available upon request



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