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APPG: Barriers to vascular service still exist

The All-Party Pharmacy Group (APPG) has written to the Department of Health outlining “significant potential barriers” that it says still need to be addressed before the vascular risk assessments service can be rolled out among UK community pharmacists.

The APPG highlighted its concerns surrounding commissioning, information sharing and IT in a meeting last month (PJ, 29 November 2008, p615). In the letter, the APPG states “strong public messages and innovative social marketing techniques” are required and consistency across the sector is needed in describing and labelling the service.

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 10043864

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