Pharmacy Representation Review: A Virtual Meeting of LPCs and PSNC

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Hear about and discuss the findings of the independent review into community pharmacy contractor representation and support.

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Note: Booking for this event closes at 11.30pm on 30th June 2020.

This virtual meeting will enable LPCs and PSNC Members to hear about and discuss the findings of Professor David Wright’s independent review into community pharmacy contractor representation and support.

At the event, Professor Wright, who is Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the School of Pharmacy at the University of East Anglia, will talk through his recommendations explaining why he made them. He will address questions that have been submitted in advance by PSNC and LPCs and there will then be a chance for attendees to ask further questions. This will be followed by discussions on next steps in virtual breakout rooms.

Please see the draft agenda below for an idea of timings.For more information on the review including the timetable for submission of questions, see our news story.

Please note: Registrations to the virtual event are limited to two people per LPC. This is as agreed by an LPC and PSNC working group, who are also overseeing the agenda for the day. A separate event is being organised for contractors with Professor Wright – details to follow. Media will be invited to attend the contractor webinar but not the virtual meeting for LPCs and PSNC.

Agenda

The LPC-PSNC working group planning this meeting has now agreed the final agenda for the event.

9.45am: Stream goes live, prior to the event starting at 10am

10am: Professor David Wright presentation

10.45am: Q&A session with Professor Wright

11.25am: PSNC CEO Simon Dukes to introduce breakout discussion sessions

11.30am: Comfort break

11.45am: Breakout discussions

12.30pm: Simon Dukes to address the event and poll opinions

1pm: Event closes

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