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Improving Pharmaceutical Care in Care Homes: RPS Scotland seeks feedback

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society in Scotland (RPS Scotland) is asking members for help as it launches a refresh of its 2012 report, ‘Improving Pharmaceutical Care in Care Homes’.

Announcing the consultation, RPS Scotland said: “We are looking for feedback on what you think has changed since the launch of the report.”

“This will help us get an idea of what you may be looking for from a new report or campaign.”

Members are invited to share their feedback through an online survey, available through the RPS website. RPS Scotland is keen to hear members’ views on what has been achieved in care homes since the report was published, and what still needs to be done.

The survey closes at 12pm on 7 August 2017.

The Pharmaceutical Journal has published a special report on pharmacists in the care home, which can be accessed through the journal’s website at

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal DOI: 10.1211/PJ.2017.20203266

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