It is a funny time.
All I hear are discussions about the term ‘clinical’, about supervision, about the law suites and about shortages of medicines. A Pharmacy isn’t a Pharmacy without a pharmacist and you can’t separate supply from clinical services. There seems to be a mist falling demonstrating the whole professions wish to move backwards into the good old times and reluctance to move forwards. The eloquent ask for one voice – but saying what, on behalf of whom, delivering which future? It might be time for a different voice talking about a different future.
I have heard chatter in the backroom about a new breed of pharmacy. The one without a dispensing contract with the NHS. It is not unheard of – the dentists did it – but despite the chatter and the goading – I have not seen a Pharmacy do it.
Now this is the real…
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