Medicines Optimisation in Ethnic Minorities

Dr Faisal Bokhari, Deputy Head of Medicines Optimisation at NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group, will be undertaking a research project on Medicines Optimisation in Ethnic Minorities (MOEM) across Greater Manchester. The intended research will explore the experiences and perspectives of people from ethnic minorities across Greater Manchester on their use of medicines and accessing pharmacy related services. Please see attached for the Medicine Optimisation in Ethnic Minorites (MOEM) briefing note. 

The focus for the next couple of months will be to develop the tools required for the main research. Dr Bokhari is looking for individuals to become members of the advisory group to: 
1.    Provide feedback on the scope of the research 
2.    Support the development of the interview questions and participant information material 

Members of the group will include people from ethnic minority groups, ethnic minority group representatives, health and social care providers and commissioner representatives. Advisory group sessions will be held in April 2022 (meeting dates to be confirmed). Further details regarding meeting dates will be shared with those that have expressed an interest in becoming a member of the group. 

If you, of any of your contacts, would like to know more or are interested in becoming a member of the Advisory Group, please contact Dr Bokhari directly f.h.bokhari@keele.ac.uk 

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