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Tell us about the impact of Covid-19 on the clinical services in your pharmacy


By Rachel Carter

30 Jul 2020

The Pharmacist is seeking feedback about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on clinical services run by community pharmacies.

Our survey asks pharmacists about the clinical services they currently run, how these have been impacted by the pandemic and your plans for resuming services going forward.  

For the purpose of the survey, we are defining a clinical service as a service your pharmacy generates an income from. This could include private services, locally commissioned services, and advanced, nationally commissioned services (e.g. flu and MURs).

Many pharmacists have sought to diversify their income streams and offer more clinical services in response to NHS funding cuts and to enhance their professional skills.

Covid-19 has had a significant impact on the delivery of clinical services, with many having to pause operation entirely, and we are keen to hear more about your experiences.

The survey can be completed anonymously – but if you choose to leave your contact details you will be entered into our prize draw for £100 of John Lewis vouchers.

The findings from the survey will be reported on The Pharmacist.

Take the survey here.


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