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CPCS webinar now on-demand

Community pharmacy contractors can now access an online recording of our webinar about the new NHS Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS). Almost 500 people tuned in to yesterday’s webinar, co-hosted by Alastair Buxton, PSNC’s Director of NHS Services, and colleagues from NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I). During the webinar, the presenters explained how the...

24 hours ago

Public Health England distribute tool to aid conversations about ‘productive healthy ageing'

In a follow up from its guidance A Menu of Interventions for Productive Healthy Ageing, published in March 2019, Public Health England (PHE) has distributed* sets of cards which provide information to pharmacy teams on how to support older people to improve the quality of their lives. These cards are designed to guide conversations with...

1 day ago

CPCF Roadshow continues with London event

Following the announcement of a five-year deal on the Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework (CPCF), PSNC is holding a series of Sunday roadshow events for community pharmacists across England. The Roadshow continues this Sunday (22nd September) with an event being held in London, so there is not long left to secure a place. What the Roadshow...

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Me and My Medicines 

 

‘Me and My Medicines’ is an on-going campaign led by patients and supported by clinical staff to help people raise concerns and use their medicines better.  It aims to help everyone benefit from more
effective and safer care.  The key theme for the campaign is 'Its OK to Ask'. 

 
‘It’s OK to Ask’ means patients, families and carers are encouraged to ask questions about their medicines so that they can be helped to get the most benefit from their medicines. 
 
Patients don’t always know that they can ask for advice on medicines, or what to ask for. The Me and My Medicines charter and messages can be used within your pharmacy to make sure that every patient feels that they can ask questions about their medicines. 
 
See the Me + My Medicines charter and campaign details here: http://meandmymedicines.org.uk/.