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Friday Letter 01/02/2019

Friday 1st February 2019

Help Us Help You Pharmacy Campaign- Begins Monday!

Please be reminded that on Monday, 4th February, the Help us Help you Pharmacy Campaign begins. This campaign is the first of the six national campaigns for 2019/2020 that all pharmacy MUST participate in as part of the CPCF.

You should have already received your resources from NHS England, please click here for more information on the campaign and further resources to support your participation.

Again, this campaign is mandatory for all community pharmacies so please ensure you understand what is expected of you, brief your pharmacy teams and adequately participate in this campaign.

Update: January 2019 Price Concessions

A further update has been published for January 2019 Price Concessions.

There were errors in a previous update of this list as some products were missing, please see the latest update to ensure you have the right information.

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A five-year framework for GP contract reform to implement The NHS Long Term Plan

This is the full five-year framework for GP services as agreed between NHS England and the BMA General Practitioners Committee (GPC) in England.

Published 31st January 2019

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February 2019 Campaigns

There are several health campaigns and awareness days that your pharmacy teams can get involved in throughout February.

Click here for a list of upcoming campaigns and links to resources

Visual Impairment Event

Please be aware of the upcoming Visual Impairment event being held in Redbridge, aimed at persons from all boroughs.

This session is aimed at people of all ages with a visual impairment, particularly those aged between 12 and 25 years, their families, friends, all teachers and social workers and others in this field.

Please read the following full flyer for the event, register your interest and share with any associates you believe may be interested.

EOI: Leadership opportunities for pharmacists

Following our email last week, we have had an overwhelming number of expressions of interest.

If you have not already done so, Please express your interest to join the Clinical and Leadership Transformation Programme, designed to help you transit from dispensing chemist to a clinically competent and confident pharmacist, so that the details of the programme can be sent to you by mid-February.  

Expression of Interest Link:

Exceptional Staff Deserve Exceptional Recognition

North East London has some of the best performing community pharmacies. This is down to you and your staff.

How many times do you praise your staff and say thank you to your staff?

How many times do you nominate them for an award?

Training matters is running the Recognition of Excellence Awards 2019. For more details please click on this link:

We want to help you say thank you to your staff. So if you want any help in completing your application please contact Marc Krishek in office or email:

My last day at The Pharmacist – thank you and goodbye | The Pharmacist

The final blog post from Léa Legraien at The Pharmacist

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