Findings of the Independent Review into Contractor Representation and Support Published

Findings of the Independent Review into Contractor Representation and Support Published

June 22, 2020

The findings and recommendations of the independent review into community pharmacy representation and support have been published on Friday 19th June.

The review was commissioned jointly by PSNC and LPCs last year to look for ways in which they could work more effectively together, and to ensure that the representation and support network for contractors – both local and national – is fit for the future.

The review was led by Professor David Wright, Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the University of East Anglia (UEA), working with a team of UEA researchers and taking evidence through focus groups, interviews and surveys from people across the community pharmacy sector and beyond.

Action for Community Pharmacy Contractors – please sign up to the webinar on Monday 29th June 2020 at 7pm

Community pharmacy contractors can read Professor Wright’s report (which is available as a short or long version) via his website at: pharmacy-review.org. There will also be a chance to learn more and to ask questions of Professor Wright in his webinar being held at 7pm on Monday 29th Juneregister here.

To help contractors and their teams to understand the current structures for representation and support as well as what Professor Wright’s report recommends, PSNC’s Communications Team has produced a summary briefing available to download here.

Further Information is available here.




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