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Why is the NHS Long Term Plan all but silent on hospital pharmacy?

Wednesday 9th January 2019

If you’re a pharmacist working in the UK, you may have seen a lot in the news about the NHS Long Term Plan, a major planning document setting out NHS England’s priorities for health over the next decade.
On the one hand, it is heartening to see several mentions of pharmacy peppered throughout the document (26 at last count) given that pharmacists so often seem to go...

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I qualified as a pharmacy technician in 2008 and decided to leave my permanent post in Somerset to locum and gain some experience of working in a few different settings
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Given that illness is not dependant on the day of the week, how can we continue to operate a good pharmacy service only between Monday and Friday?

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