Implementing Pharmacy First: Drop-in sessions and additional resources

Community Pharmacy England will be hosting a series of online drop-in sessions around the launch date of the Pharmacy First service to assist pharmacy owners and their teams with any queries they may have on the service.

The drop-in sessions will be held between 1-2pm on Microsoft Teams on:

  • Monday 29th January 2024;
  • Tuesday 30th January 2024;
  • Tuesday 6th February 2024; and
  • Thursday 8th February 2024.

You do not need to register for these sessions, just use the details below to join a session:

Join a drop-in session

Meeting ID: 344 030 046 278
Passcode: tYJ7ox

Alternatively, if you are not able to join the drop-in session, queries can also be emailed to the Services Team: services.team@cpe.org.uk.

The National Pharmacy Association is also holding drop-in sessions for their members and their teams this Wednesday (24th January 2024) at the following times (please note, registration is required for these events):

Lunchtime session (1-2pm) – register for this event

Evening session (8-9pm) – register for this event

Additional resources published

As well as the public-facing promotional materials for the service that we have published today, we have also published the following:

Updated implementation checklists

We have updated our implementation checklists for pharmacy owners and pharmacists (previously these were published as ‘getting going with implementation of the service’. Now that more details have been published on the service these have been updated).

Introducing the service to GP practices

We have published a template letter/email that can be sent to GP practices introducing the service; we have previously published a briefing for GP practice teams that can also be sent with the letter/email.

Clinical pathway videos

The videos talk you through each of the clinical pathways and should be particularly useful for pharmacists preparing to provide the service.

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