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  • PCA(P)(2016)18 - Public Health Service Poster Campaigns 2016/17 Update

    This circular outlines the latest public health campaigns.

  • Closer Partnership Working Activity

    We have created an updated list of Closer Partnership Working examples and ideas.

    We hope this will share best practice and generate ideas for contractors to work with their healthcare partners on.

    Please contact Adam in the policy office with any questions or feedback.

  • Quality Improvement - Safety Climate Survey Questions

    One of the most frequent member requests since the QI circular landed has been for a resource detailing the questions that are in the Safety Climate Survey. 

    Read more....

  • CMS Ready Reckoner

    CMS Ready Reckoner (5/12/2016) is now available to download.

    If you have any questions about the Ready Reckoner please email Emma Taylor.

  • Medicines Transferring From Supply In Secondary Care To Supply In Community Pharmacy

    There are a number of projects in Health Boards across Scotland where some medicines are moving from supply in secondary care, to supply from Community Pharmacy. In the main, these meds will be supplied on Hospital Prescription. Read more...

  • Drink Wise, Age Well – A Project for Glasgow City

    We are working with Community Pharmacy Greater Glasgow & Clyde and the Drink Wise, Age Well – A Project for Glasgow City Campaignto raise awareness of potential impacts of alcohol consumption in those over the age of 50. Read more...

  • Shortages - We Would like your Input!

    We are part of a multi-disciplinary Short Life Working Group on Shortages (SLWG) in Community Pharmacy.

    The project has been set up to identify what lines are in short supply, any known reasons behind this, and to quantify how much time this is taking in CP. Read more...

  • Exciting development opportunity at University of Strathclyde

    The Pharmacy department at Strathclyde is keen to involve community pharmacists more closely in their courses, and have an upcoming opportunity for an interested individual to facilitate a clinical workshop for undergraduates in March. Read more....

  • PIP Electronic Prescribing Pilot

    Scottish Government has identified an immediate requirement to identify a short-term solution to allow pharmacist independent prescribers (PIPs) who work in GP practices to prescribe electronically. Read more....

  • Strathclyde Independent Prescribing Course

    There are still a number of funded places for the Strathclyde Independent Prescribing course. Read more...

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