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Working with other health and care partners – a suggested checklist for LPCs

This PSNC Briefing, which is aimed at LPC Chief Officers and members, provides a suggested checklist for developing relationships with other health and care partners including Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) / aspirant Accountable Care Systems (ACSs) and Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs), Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) staff and members and GPs. This Briefing is an...

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House of Lords debate hears value of community pharmacy services

Peers from across the political spectrum have highlighted the vital role of community pharmacies in a debate on the sector. Last night (October 19th) Peers debated Lord Hunt of Kings Heath’s motion of regret: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath to move that this House regrets that the National Health Service (Pharmaceutical and Local Pharmaceutical Services)...

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CPPE Corner: Learning to support November Quality Payments review point

New learning programmes launched by the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) can help community pharmacy contractors in preparing for the Quality Payments Scheme. We spoke to Samantha White, CPPE’s North West regional manager, to find out more. The November review point for the Quality Payments Scheme is fast approaching, so make sure that you're...

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Flu Vaccination Service 2017/18

Contractors how have the go-ahead to provide the flu service from 1st September 2017.

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Donations in Memory of Nigel Hughes

Information if you wish to make a donation in memory of Nigel Hughes.

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CPWY Appoints New CEO

Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer.

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Welcome to Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire

Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire is the Local Pharmaceutical Committee for West Yorkshire and is the local voice for all community pharmacies (chemists) in the area. We represent over 570 pharmacies including single handed independent pharmacies and those owned by bigger chains. Pharmacies in our area employ in the region of 5000 staff.

The NHS and local government consult Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire on all matters relating to the NHS and public health work undertaken by community pharmacy in West Yorkshire. We are also responsible for advancing the enhanced role of community pharmacy to ensure it plays an active part in promoting health and wellbeing across West Yorkshire.

Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire is committed to developing the workforce in our local pharmacies to ensure the whole team have the skills to support people who are unwell and prevent ill health through public health services.

The work of Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire is not for profit and is guided by our Strategy.

We work hard to represent and promote community pharmacy to the NHS and local government and to support community pharmacy teams to deliver high quality health services. We are always pleased to receive comments and suggestions from pharmacy teams so feel free to contact us.