#Hellomyname is Hala Jawad
I’m a pharmacist that graduated from the University of Brighton ,started my pre-registration in Community pharmacy and worked as a community pharmacist and as a GP practice pharmacist . Also , I’m On the panel of the World Health Innovation Summit #WHISLondon .
My professional goals focus around patient care with a particular emphasis on patient safety. Over the past 8 months I have purposely developed relationships with various stakeholders in order to achieve this proposition and developed links with GP surgeries and community pharmacies . My ambition and drive is to develop a niche practice into the area of Asthma which fascinates me. In particular I am concerned with educating those affected by this condition in how best to manage it so that in turn the number of hospital admissions can be reduced considerably easing the pressure on the NHS to focus its resources on cases that require it. This in-turn will reduce the pressure on GP surgeries allowing them to focus on other more pressing matters. This in turn will enhance the patient experience by better managing how to deal with specific issues.
Another potent tool one can use it the various platforms available through information technology giving greater accesses to more patients and enhancing public awareness. At the moment there is loads of challenges and changes toward the whole health care profession and our duty as healthcare professionals is to try and keep our patients safe and provide the best care to our patients. Hence i decided to join Keel University and started my IP course as i thought as a pharmacist we can do more and provide more to our patients and what ever sector we decide to go to we should be able to provide the best outcomes for our patients.