Pharmacy and general practice teams have come together to discuss how they can continue to work together better in line with the release of the National Pharmacy Action Plan.
Joined by consumers and health system leaders, the workshop at the Design Lab recently aimed to explore the next steps for encouraging integrated ways of working that best meet the needs of Cantabrians.
Canterbury Clinical Network Pharmacy Service Level Alliance Facilitator, Koral Fitzgerald said it was the opportunity to build on the progress already made and begin the conversations that will enable local alignment with the National Pharmacy Action Plan.
“In Canterbury we’re continuing to work towards increasingly integrating pharmacy into the healthcare team. Pharmacy is an important component of people’s healthcare team and in we are already demonstrating how pharmacists can contribute to keeping people healthy in their own homes and out of hospital.”
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