Special Meeting of LPC Chairs and Chief Officers

Wednesday, 20 January, 2016

You will be aware of the open letter sent to PSNC on December 17th.  This unprecedented public announcement starts a program of discussions and negotiations that, as is stated in the letter, the government intends to complete by March 24th 2016.

The implications for community pharmacy and contractors of the proposed cuts to pharmacy funding and other measures included in what is an incomplete and incoherent letter are extremely serious.  We have therefore arranged an emergency meeting of LPC Chairs and Chief Officers. The meeting is to discuss the government’s plans, PSNC’s strategy and how LPCs can  support their contractors’ interests. 

Date: Wednesday 20th January

Start Time: 11.00am

Venue: Ambassadors Bloomsbury Hotel

There is a maximum of 2 attendees per LPC who must register in advance.

If neither your Chair or Chief Officer can attend, please choose a deputy, who must be a member of your LPC.

Please click here to register

If, after registration you find you are unable to attend, please go back to your booking and cancel or contact PSNC at events@psnc.org.uk.


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