PSNC has identified three strategic priorities for its policy work in 2019 following its annual planning meeting held last month in Birmingham. These are:

  • The needs of LPCs and how PSNC might best support them
  • Technology and how community pharmacy can best take advantage of it to meet the needs of both patients and Government
  • Pharmacy funding and numbers.

PSNC is intending to seek the views of LPCs on the support they would like from the negotiating body.

A summary report of the discussions and outcomes from the PSNC planning meeting can be viewed here.

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