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Are we making the most of pharmacists' knowledge?

National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) president James Kingsland says pharmacists working in GP practices is a "good start" but more needs to be done

Dr James Kingsland, NAPC president, discusses how shared incentives and shared budgets could improve pharmacists' collaboration with GPs.

While having pharmacists working in GP surgeries is a "good start", we need to be "more sophisticated" in our approach, he adds.

Watch the full video to find out how pharmacy is working in the vanguard sites.

Read more about how the relationship between GPs and pharmacists has changed over the years here


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Leon The Apothecary, Student

There are a few more legal loopholes that need to be sorted out first and foremost, but we are definitely on the right track methinks. 

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