Publication - Strategy/plan

Prescription for Excellence: A Vision and Action Plan for the Right Pharmaceutical Care through Integrated Partnerships and Innovation

Published: 19 Sep 2013
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781782568766

A Vision and Action Plan for the future of NHS Pharmaceutical Care in Scotland.

57 page PDF

1.3 MB

57 page PDF

1.3 MB

Contents
Prescription for Excellence: A Vision and Action Plan for the Right Pharmaceutical Care through Integrated Partnerships and Innovation
Footnotes

57 page PDF

1.3 MB

Footnotes

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