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Have your say on our new hospital standards

You have until 11 September to feedback to us on the new standards.

We first published the professional standards for hospital pharmacy services in 2012, and refreshed them in 2014 in light of the findings from and response to the Francis Review, with a full review due in 2017.

We are now well underway with the review of the hospital pharmacy standards. Following a literature review and scrutiny by a multidisciplinary steering group, the standards have now been updated . We'd now like to invite you to feedback on the draft updated standards

The consultation on the updated standards is open for six weeks, until Monday 11 September. To feedback on the standards, please download the document, complete the fields and return it to Rebecca Braybrooks by emailing [email protected].

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