Panel Discussion: Medicines by choice, not rota (Connect Care)
For too long, we have lived in a world where health & care is done to us rather than with us. That’s finally changing, catching up with people’s expectations. Despite medicines being the most common intervention in health care, they’ve lagged behind in this transformation, at the cost of people’s independence.
This panel explores a high-profile government-funded project being carried out in Oxfordshire at the intersection of health, social care, and pharmacy to radically rethink the medication support pathways. Helping people in the community as they age: positively, actively, independently, and with dignity.