The Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the Royal College of Nursing have jointly published a report on “Nurses, pharmacists and patient pathways; working together across primary and community care”. We know that nurses and pharmacists have complementary skills and are able to work together in a range of ways to improve how patients use their medicines and the outcomes that they get from those medicines. This is a report of the second Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) joint summit. The report showcases ways in which nurses and pharmacists are working together and delivering care to different groups of patients. The purpose of the report is to inspire pharmacists and nurses to make changes locally in the way that they work together.
Read the report to find out more