We’re marking the first anniversary of the Joint National Plan for Inclusive Pharmacy Practice (IPP) in England today alongside The Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK (APTUK) and NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I) by sharing the positive progress made and inviting all pharmacy professionals to participate in and support the IPP initiative.
In the past year, we’ve:
Thorrun Govind, English Pharmacy Board Chair, RPS said: “Achieving inclusive pharmacy practice will continue to involve open and honest conversations within teams and organisations that result in tangible and meaningful actions to improve equality, diversity and inclusion in pharmacy and in healthcare service delivery for all communities. We set out the expectation that our profession should look at its leaders and see themselves represented, and patients and the public should experience the same and we are committed to delivering on this vision.”
In support of the IPP initiative the RPS, APTUK and NHSE&I are running two joint webinars in April:
- Tuesday, April 5 at 3pm: Population health management webinar for system pharmacy professionals - register here.
- Tuesday, April 26: Population health management webinar for community pharmacy professionals – register here.
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