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Ms Gayle Campbell

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust Foundation Trust, London (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Member of:

Heart Failure Association

Gayle has worked at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospital since 2010 as a resident and subsequently a specialist pharmacist. Since 2016, she has been a specialist heart failure pharmacist working within the King’s Health Partners (KHP) integrated heart failure team. This role involves working across the care settings to help ensure medicine optimisation to local patients. This is facilitated through heart failure pharmacist led medicine optimisation clinics, primary care register reviews and virtual clinics, dedicated adherence and polypharmacy support, alongside delivering education and training to clinical staff. Gayle is the creator of MedTap a medicine information app, developed by clinicians at Guy’s and St Thomas’, which launched in 2019.

Evaluation of patient satisfaction with prescribing heart failure pharmacist medicine optimisation clinics and whether this is impacted by the method of clinic delivery

Event: Heart Failure 2024

Topic: Multidisciplinary Interventions

Session: Chronic heart failure - treatment 16


Determining the impact of digital heart failure education videos on knowledge and health beliefs in patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction

Event: Heart Failure 2023

Topic: Multidisciplinary Interventions

Session: Chronic heart failure - multidisciplinary interventions


Evaluation of the impact of the addition of a heart failure prescribing pharmacist to consultant-led heart failure ward round at a tertiary hospital

Event: Heart Failure 2021

Topic: Multidisciplinary Interventions

Session: ePoster session


MedTap: The clinician’s consultation at the patients fingertips

Event: ESC Congress 2019

Topic: Acute Coronary Syndromes

Session: m-Health in Acute Coronary Syndromes


An evaluation of heart failure register reviews and virtual clinics 2016-2018

Event: Heart Failure 2019

Topic: Multidisciplinary Interventions

Session: Chronic Heart Failure – Treatment


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