Help shape the future of pharmacy in England

We’re inviting you to contribute your views on the future of pharmacy in England over the next decade.  

Our project with The King's Fund, transforming pharmacy practice, is developing a vision for the role of pharmacists and pharmacy teams working across systems providing patient care and NHS services. It’s due to be published at the end of this year. 

Over 200 of you contributed to lively discussions in our webinars in May and June and the next stage of this project has now begun. 

From 15 August to 30 September we are asking people to respond to our consultation on six key themes. 

We’ll also be holding face-to-face and virtual events in September to hear your views. 

The King's Fund have completed a literature review which has helped inform the initial six themes which are the focus of the consultation, all of which you can download and read before responding. If you have any examples of best practice or innovative models of care you’d like to share, we want to hear from you!  Please send us an email and we’ll help you write them up.  

The six themes we would like your views on are:

  • Supporting people and communities to live well for longer 
  • Enabling people to live well with the medicines they choose to take 
  • Enhancing patient experience and access 
  • Our pharmacy people 
  • Data, innovation and research 
  • Collaboration and leadership 

We want to hear from as many of you as possible on what you think about one or all of these topics through our face-to-face and virtual events. Come along and tell us how you want to see the profession contributing to patient care in ten years' time.  

Find out more about the consultation and download key documents 

Book now for one of our face-to-face roadshows or virtual events  

Complete the consultation survey immediately 

If you have any queries about the project, want to discuss it or share any best practice, please get in touch us at [email protected].  


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