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A case study of a successful primary care cluster was presented at the Welsh Senedd by RPS representatives Mair Davies, director for Wales, and Suzanne Scott-Thomas, chair of the Welsh Pharmacy Board.

Mair Davies, RPS director for Wales, and Suzanne Scott-Thomas, chair of the Welsh Pharmacy Board, made it clear to the committee that the pharmacist working within primary care cluster roles ”must continue to develop with a sustainable funding model”. Speaking to The Pharmaceutical Journal, Davies said the RPS “will continue to push the Welsh Government and decision makers” to make this happen.

Source  Royal Pharmaceutical Society