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Carol Roberts

CEO, PresQIPP NHS Programme

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  • Apply the Carter review principles into community pharmacySubscription

    17 MAY 2016Comments (1)

    The Carter review has set a massive challenge for our secondary care colleagues to deliver the “Hospital Pharmacy Transformation Programme”, focusing on improving efficiencies and redirecting resources from back office functions to patient-facing care. Although the Carter review focuses on acute trusts, the same principles need to be applied to other sectors of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical care. In primary care we are seeing the introduction of pharmacists providing clin

  • Community pharmacist: the primary care expertsSubscription

    19 APR 2016

    The need for strong and bold leadership is greater than ever before. Never has the pharmacy profession been presented with a greater opportunity to prove its worth than now. Medicines optimisation is a step change in the way in which pharmacists can help patients live well with their long-term conditions, but of even greater importance is pharmacists, and in particular community pharmacists, delivering the public health agenda, empowering people to live healthy lives and reducing the risk of

  • Clarification on the PrescQIPP guidance for gluten-free foodsSubscription

    17 NOV 2015

    In response to the comment piece written by Tony Cartwright, ‘NHS gluten-free food controversy does no favours for coeliacs’ (The Pharmaceutical Journal 2015;295:324), we would like to point out some inaccuracies on the statemen

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