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Ask PSNC: Pharmacy Quality Scheme FAQs

The team at PSNC has received a number of queries on the Pharmacy Quality Scheme (PQS). Below are some of the questions asked in recent weeks. Q. I completed the CPPE risk management training and assessment over two years ago. Do I need to complete the training and assessment again? A. If you have completed...

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Make use of community pharmacists' skills, says NICE

Community pharmacy teams have the potential to play a greater role in health promotion and prevention says NICE, in a new draft quality standard. The draft quality standard calls for community pharmacy services to be included in existing care and referral pathways. This will allow community pharmacy teams to accept as well as make referrals to...

2 days ago

Supply Notification: Clonidine 25mcg tablets – Update

Update (17/01/2020): resupply date now expected mid/end February 2020 First published 20th December 2019 Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has issued a medicine supply notification for Clonidine 25mcg tablets. Limited supplies of Clonidine 25mcg tablets will be available until at least mid-January 2020 due to manufacturing issues. The DHSC Medicine Supply Team provide...

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Primary Care Networks (PCNs) 

This page contains information about Primary Care Networks in the West Yorkshire area as well as information for Primary Care Network Community Pharmacy Representatives. 

 

What are Primary Care Networks and What is Their Relevance for Community Pharmacy?

Please see document below for information about the role of PCNs, their relevance to the NHS Longer Term Plan and community pharmacy.

Primary Care Network (PCN) Overview

 

 

Primary Care Network Community Pharmacy Representatives

Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire has identified pharmacists, working in each PCN area, to represent the interests of ALL community pharmacies within the PCN area. Their role is to attend meetings and to share and gather feedback with their pharmacy colleagues. Please see document below for contact details of PCN Community Pharmacy Representatives.

Primary Care Network (PCN) Community Pharmacy Representatives - Last Updated: 15th January 2020

 

 

Which Primary Care Network is my Pharmacy in?

Please note: that the name of some Primary Care Networks has recently changed. To check the name of the Primary Care Network of your pharmacy, please follow the instructions below.

Click the document below to open and press Ctrl + F on your computer keyboard. This opens a search function. Enter your OCS code or part of your address to locate your pharmacy details, including the name of your PCN.

Primary Care Network (PCN) Pharmacy Identifier - Last Updated: 8th January 2020

 

 

Further Information about Primary Care Networks 

 

Information for Community Pharmacy Primary Care Network Reps

Primary Care Network Community Pharmacy Representatives Guide 

Primary Care Network Declaration of Interest Form

Primary Care Network Principles

Primary Care Network Expenses Claim Form 

 

 

Know your ICS from your PCN Briefing - July 2019

Primary Care Networks: Community Pharmacy Integration

Primary Care Network Overview Briefing - September 2019

Primary Care Network Update - November 2019

 

 
 

Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven (AWC)

Briefing for Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven (AWC) Pharmacies

Airedale, Wharfedale & Craven - GP Mapping

 

 

Bradford

Briefing for Bradford Pharmacies 

Bradford Central Locality - GP Mapping

Bradford North Locality - GP Mapping

Bradford South Locality - GP Mapping

 

 

Calderdale

Briefing for Calderdale Pharmacies 

Calderdale - GP Mapping

 

 

Greater Huddersfield

Greater Huddersfield - GP Mapping

 

 

Kirklees

Briefing for Kirklees Pharmacies

North Kirklees - GP Mapping

 

 

Leeds

Briefing for Leeds Pharmacies

Leeds - GP Mapping

 

 

Wakefield

Briefing for Wakefield Pharmacies

Wakefield - GP Mapping 

 

 

Last Updated: 15th January 2020