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Scotland’s community pharmacy network is set to play a bigger role in tackling the workload crisis faced by GP colleagues.
Community Pharmacy Scotland is delighted that First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today announced in Parliament that the Scottish Government is “examining a proposal in the Labour manifesto to extend the Minor Ailment Service to make it a universal service.”
The following consultations are currently live. We will be responding on behalf of contractors, and copies of these responses will be available on our website. Any member who would like to make a personal response can do so using the links below:
If you need any further detail, please get in touch with us.
As part of the Prescription for Excellence programme a Workforce and Technology project group has now reached a point where pharmacy owners can apply for six different tests of change that allow access to capital grant funds. To apply for this funding please download the application form and guidance notes.
CMS Ready Reckoner (23/5/2016) is now available to download.
If you have any questions about the Ready Reckoner please email Emma Taylor.
The Operational Logbook is now available to download.
The GPhC is asking members of the public and pharmacy professionals to give their views on proposed new standards for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in Great Britain. The CPS Board will be considering the consultation and formulating a response on behalf of members in due course.
The wait is over. Our new FAQ App has been launched today! Read more about the App in Kirsten's blog post.
NHS Scotland new Healthcare App is available to support clinicians dealing with patients on multiple medications.
This consultation seeks views on the proposed changes to the Human Medicines Regulations and Medicines Act.
Hot on the heels of our recent website award we are launching a new FAQ section on Tuesday 5th April...
This Circular advises NHS Boards and community pharmacy contractors of Public Health Service (PHS) poster campaign topics for 2016-17.
Community Pharmacy Scotland's Monthly Mailing for May 2016