Following the announcement last month that NHS England will fund an extra 1,500 pharmacists to work in GP practices, C+D spoke to Ravi Sharma about what these roles involve.
Mr Sharma is both lead GP practice pharmacist and head of primary care integration at Green Light Pharmacy in London.
Will you consider applying for one of the new practice pharmacist roles?
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