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4 ways that pharmacy in Scotland is more forward-thinking

C+D's short video explores where England is falling behind its northern neighbour when it comes to pharmacy.

 

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George Romanes, Community pharmacist

A good summary of where we are and where we are going as partners in healthcare. Scotland has a plan and Community pharmacists are playing their active role in that plan !

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