New PSNC website launched  

New PSNC website launched  

April 8, 2022

We are pleased to announce that the new PSNC website is now live and in its final testing phase. For a period of several weeks starting today, on entering the PSNC website visitors will be invited to either continue using the existing site or to switch to using the new site instead.

We would greatly appreciate it if visitors to the new PSNC website could let us know what they think, and in particular record any problems they experience either via the short feedback survey on the new site or by email to website@psnc.org.uk. This will support the testing phase and allow PSNC’s Communications Team to identify and rectify any issues, however minor, as soon as possible.

The different teams across PSNC, as well as LPCs (via the PSNC/LPC Website Working Group), have each fed into the process of designing and building the new PSNC website. Key improvements include, but are not limited to:

  • A redesigned, more functional homepage;
  • An improved search function, including suggested search terms for users;
  • The addition of a most popular pages category for each section of the website, helping contractors to easily find the current important topics and most popular things on the site; and
  • A new public-facing area of the website containing a wealth of information about the role and importance of community pharmacy for external stakeholders, such as MPs and charities.

Shortly after the testing period finishes, the new PSNC website will fully launch and the current site will be archived. Please note that none of the content on the current PSNC website will be lost. Most of this content, excluding outdated and otherwise redundant or inaccurate content, has been transferred to the new site.

Visit the new PSNC website: https://beta.psnc.org.uk/

Introducing the new Beta PSNC website
A short guide highlighting some of the new and improved elements in more detail.



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