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By Alexander Humphries*

Last week I met a Syrian refugee, which was a humbling but extremely rewarding experience. It’s a shame I can’t say the same about another recent encounter...

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By Richard Thomas, editor, Pharmacy Magazine

It is a well established principle that continuity of care – seeing the same health professional over time – improves patient outcomes. It is something pharmacists, embedded in their local communities, instinctively recognise in their day-to-day practice.

Commissioners understand this as well. In Wales, for example, the chief pharmacist Andrew Evans has said on several occasions that the NHS should value continuity and reward those pharmacies that deliver it.

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The CPCS will help us reposition pharmacy and show decision-makers what we can do, says Malcolm Harrison, chief executive, Company Chemists’ Association.

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Community pharmacies are a lifeline for people who need healthcare the most, says NPA vice chair and chair of policy and practice, Andrew Lane.

 

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The clinical service agenda is pharmacy’s best hope for a change in fortunes, says NPA vice chair and chair of policy and practice, Andrew Lane

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