London Contractor Meeting

Thursday, 10 March, 2016

Community Pharmacy Review 2016 /17 – contractor meeting 10th March

We are holding a meeting in London for contractors  to discuss the implications for community pharmacy and contractors of the proposed cuts to pharmacy funding and other measures included in the letter from the Department of Health/NHS England.

Please note: a meeting has also been arranged in the West Midlands on 24th February – booking available here. Both meetings are open to all contractors. PSNC is also aware of other events being held around the country, further details can be found in this news article.

The London meeting is being held on Thursday 10th March at 7.30pm.

The meeting is to discuss the Government’s plans, PSNC’s strategy, the campaign in response to the Government’s plans and the action that contractors can take. NPA colleagues will also join us to speak about the NPA response and campaign support.

Attendees must register before the event to be able to attend.

The venue is the New Lecture Theatre at University of Westminster.

Refreshments and sandwiches will be available from 6.45pm; the meeting starts at 7.30pm, closing at 9.30pm.

There is no charge but please let us know if, having registered, you can’t make it.

Registration will close on the morning of 10th March and contractors must register to attend.

Please note: if you are making a group booking, you will be asked to enter a password for all delegates, you can share this password with the relevant attendees or they are able to reset any passwords associated with their email address as and when they wish.

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