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Mair Davies, RPS director for Wales, "made it clear to the committee that these roles must continue to develop with a sustainable funding model" and said the RPS "will continue to push the Welsh Government and decision makers" to make this happen.

Mair Davies, RPS director for Wales, made it clear to the committee that pharmacist working within primary care cluster roles "must continue to develop with a sustainable funding model" and said the RPS "will continue to push the Welsh Government and decision makers" to make this happen.

Source  Royal Pharmaceutical Society