Posts Tagged: Public health

Pharmacy Voice comments on the NICE guideline on Community pharmacy: promoting health and well-being

The Department of Health has commissioned the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) to develop a NICE guideline...

Pharmacy Voice responds positively to announcement on Healthy New Towns

Rob Darracott, Chief Executive of Pharmacy Voice, commented on the recent announcement surrounding the launch of Healthy New Towns The...

Pharmacy Voice responds to Government’s ‘Putting community pharmacy at the heart of the NHS’ letter

Rob Darracott, chief executive of Pharmacy Voice, has responded to an open letter from Government, revealed today at a meeting...

The Health Committee’s Inquiry into public health post-2013

In response to the Health Committee’s Inquiry in public health post -2013, Pharmacy Voice highlights the vital role of community...

Community pharmacy represented in NHS England’s winter campaign

Community pharmacists, Leyla Hannbeck and Sanjay Ganvir, represent the sector in Stay Well This Winter campaign. The campaign, launched by...

Promoting flu vaccinations to local politicians: LPC toolkit launched

PSNC, Pharmacy Voice and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) have today joined forces to issue a shared resources toolkit to...

The APPG’s Inquiry into delivering the Five Year Forward View: Behavioural change, information and signposting

In October 2015, Pharmacy Voice responded to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Primary Care and Public Health’s Inquiry into...

London pharmacies complete over 40,000 flu jabs in three weeks

Community pharmacy teams across London have completed over 40,000 flu vaccinations in the first three weeks since the vaccination programme...

Pharmacy Voice welcomes contractual framework announcement

Rob Darracott, chief executive of Pharmacy Voice, commented on the announcement of the contractual framework: “A national flu vaccination service...

Pharmacy Voice responds to RSPH league table of unhealthy high streets

Commenting in response to the Royal Society for Public Health’s publication of the healthiest and most unhealthy high streets, Rob...