Society gathers views on supervision in community pharmacy
Royal Pharmaceutical Society members in England are being asked to give their opinions on the impact of supervision in community pharmacy in a new survey from the RPS.
The survey outcomes will be used to inform the RPS’s thinking on supervision in community pharmacy.
Questions look at whether community pharmacies are safer if a pharmacist is physically present on the premises, whether a pharmacist should be present when pharmacy medicines are sold, whether every prescription should have a clinical check by a pharmacist, the maximum time a pharmacy can be open without a pharmacist present and if all patients should have the right to access to a pharmacist for consultation when they collect their prescription medicines.
The survey can be completed online and a paper version will be included with the print edition of The Pharmaceutical Journal this Saturday (26 February 2011).
Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 11069215
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