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The Pharmaceutical Journal
Vol 274 No 7347 p531
30 April 2005

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Teamwork is key to better care

Improved collaboration between health care professionals to deliver better service and care to patients was the main message from a reception organised by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Welsh Executive in Newport on April 19.

Gwent pharmacists joined representatives from the NHS and local health boards at the reception to discuss local health issues and developments with the Welsh Executive.

Addressing the reception, executive chairman Mair Davies said: “Collaboration between health care professionals is key to delivering a better service to the public. By working across boundaries to promote innovation we can help ensure that the trusts and local health boards can deliver a service that the public and NHS want and deserve.”

Carwen Wynne Howells, chief pharmaceutical adviser to the Welsh Assembly Government, said: “An event like this helps health professionals to share ideas and work towards the common goal of delivering better care to patients.”

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