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Almost 150 people vaccinated by pharmacists at the National Assembly

On Monday 2nd October Community Pharmacy Wales facilitated a mass vaccination against influenza at the National Assembly for Wales

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Over 100 people vaccinated by pharmacists at the National Assembly

On the 12th October 2016, Community Pharmacy Wales held a mass vaccination event at the National Assembly for Wales, demonstrating the role pharmacists can play in providing vaccinations for winter flu. In total over a hundred Assembly Members and National Assembly staff received a vaccination.  

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Community Pharmacists making a mark in the National Assembly

Representatives of Community Pharmacy Wales (CPW) were at the Senedd Café on Wednesday 21st September for an informal drop-in session for Assembly Members and their staff to learn more about community pharmacy.  

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CPW Contractor Evenings -September 2018

CPW held Contractor Evenings across Wales in September 2018.  Please see information/presentations below:

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CPW Contractor Evenings September/October 2017

CPW held 4 Contractor Evenings across Wales to discuss various issues including Electronic Transmission of Claims , Choose Pharmacy , Future Funding and Supporting Pharmacies through Change.

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CPW grateful for a warm welcome at Labour Conference

On the final weekend of March, Community Pharmacy Wales was in Llandudno with Welsh Labour for their annual conference.

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CPW/WCPPE Events 2018

Medicines Information (MI) & Community Pharmacy Update

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Putting an End to Waste Medicines

Last week in the Senedd, Community Pharmacy Wales held an event to highlight the unnecessary NHS overspend on medicines.   

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