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Sibby Buckle

Sibby Buckle, MRPharmS, is a pharmacist and member of the English Pharmacy Board, Royal Pharmaceutical Society

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  • Sharon 'Sibby' Buckle

    Pharmacists should be enabled to make therapeutic switches before Brexit

    26 NOV 2018

    Sibby Buckle, vice chair of the English Pharmacy Board, recently spoke alongside Gino Martini at a meeting of the Conservative Science and Technology Forum. Here, she expands upon some of the ideas proposed at the meeting.

  • Campaigning for write access to patient recordsSubscription

    19 APR 2016

    Tuesday 14 January 2014 marked the beginning of the journey for pharmacists to gain full read-and-write access to patient records. On that date health secretary Jeremy Hunt agreed that community pharmacists be given read access to the summary care record. As the public affairs lead for the English Pharmacy Board I have been involved in this campaign since my election four years ago. Now, with support from the pharmacy minister Alistair Burt, this has become a reality. Until phar

  • Sibby Buckle, public affairs lead for the English Pharmacy Board and a Conservative candidate for the Westminster parliament

    Write access to patients' records would transform pharmacy's role in careSubscription

    13 NOV 2015

    Community pharmacist Sibby Buckle, public affairs lead for the English Pharmacy Board, makes a case for eventual write access to patients’ records but recommends that the pharmacy profession proceeds with care.

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