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National Flu Service; opportunity or hassle? Live debate

National flu service - opportunity or hassle?

- Wednesday, September 30, 2015
- 03:00 PM BST
- 1 hour

Your chance to debate the key issues with fellow pharmacists and industry experts

England’s first national pharmacy flu vaccination scheme launched on Wednesday (September 16). Do you agree with 
politicians and representative bodies that it’s a great opportunity for the sector? Or do you think GPs have a point with their concerns that it could undermine their own service and confuse patients?

On September 30 at 3-4pm, C+D will be bringing together pharmacists, sector representatives and other experts to debate – with you – how the initiative is progressing and how you can provide the best service for patients.

This C+D webinar  funded by Actavis and chaired by C+D editor Jennifer Richardson and news editor James Waldron – will be broadcast live online for you to listen in, quiz the panellists and share your own thoughts.
 



Panellists include:

Kenny Gibson, head of immunisations, NHS Enlgand

Rekha Shah, chief executive officer, Pharmacy London, and chief executive officer, Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster LPC

Amish Patel, owner, Hodgson Pharmacy, Kent

Webinar details 

Title: National flu service: opportunity or hassle?
Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Time: 3-4pm GMT
Time Duration: 1 hour

Get involved

C+D will be gathering readers’ views in advance; if you want to share your thoughts or have a question you’d like us to put to the panel, please email [email protected] with the subject line ‘Webinar’, or tweet us @ChemistDruggist. You can also 
spread the word to your fellow colleagues by using the dedicated hashtag: #pharmflu
 

By registering for this webinar you are agreeing to abide by C+D's community principles.

This webinar is funded by Actavis; the views and opinions are not those expressed by Actavis.

Actavis have had no involvement in the origination of any associated content.
 

 

 

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