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What are the biggest priorities for Scottish pharmacists?

Community Pharmacy Scotland (CPS) chairman Martin Green outlines the top two developments he would like to see

C+D spoke to Mr Green at CPS's first conference on Tuesday (September 6).

He joined delegates including Dr Andrew Buist, deputy chair of the British Medical Association's Scottish GP committee and Scotland's chief pharmaceutical officer Rose Marie Parr to discuss the future of pharmacy in the country. 

Watch the video to find out what two key factors Mr Green envisages happening in the coming years.

Find out why pharmacy in Scotland is more forward thinking here. 

 

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