It's ask your pharmacist week...what does that mean?

Alex
pharmacist reaching for medication on shelf

It’s national Ask Your Pharmacist Week (31 October-7 November).

The theme this year is ‘now at your local pharmacy’ – highlighting the new NHS services that have been introduced in community pharmacy over the past 2-3 years and the recent evolution of pharmacy practice.

Pharmacies are part of the NHS family and the range of clinical services provided by community pharmacies has expanded significantly in recent years.

So, for NHS services, convenient access to medicines, support for healthy living and prompt clinical advice, Ask Your Pharmacist!

You can read more about Ask Your Pharmacist here.

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