PSNC has published a toolkit for community pharmacies that are interested in setting up a ‘Walk in my Shoes’ project. 

Based on the 2015 Lewisham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) project which aims to bring together community pharmacy teams and GP practice teams to help each other understand their roles, improve working relationships and ultimately provide better care for their patients, the toolkit provides the template resources needed to make this a reality. This includes a confidentiality agreement, checklists for GP practice staff and pharmacy staff, a reflective log, an action plan and an outcomes log.

We Recommend

One-tenth of prescribing spend goes on diabetes

Prescribing for diabetes has increased by nearly 75 per cent over the past decade, new figures reveal.

Brits need to brush up

Some 40 per cent of Brits still don’t brush their teeth at least once a day, according to a new survey.

Popular Features

Gut reaction

Digestive problems are common and, although they will often settle down, it’s possible to reduce risk and treat sympto...

Equipment: Test your knowledge

Test your knowledge on infant feeding equipment.

Contributing to care for overactive bladder

Overactive bladder syndrome affects seven million people in the UK and it can cause them great embarrassment.