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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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CPWY Welcomes New Public Health & Engagement Lead

Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire is pleased to welcome Darren De Souza as Public Health and Engagement Lead.

Darren joins us from Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust where he developed and delivered a self management programme for people living with long term conditions.

Darren is an experienced Public Health Manager with the majority of his previous roles being here in West Yorkshire. Darren is a former colleague and friend of Nigel Hughes having worked closely together for several years in Bradford and Airedale.

Darren is really keen to build on the work done by Nigel and the team at CPWY. He will be looking at the Development Academy and the Health Living Pharmacy programmes amongst other work.

Darren would be happy to hear from anyone who wants to develop any area of work or discuss anything that you and your team needs.

You can contact Darren by email darren@cpwy.org or by phone on 07793 218 059.

Released: 6th June 2017

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