Pharmacy closures will leave us with ‘depersonalised, dehumanised’ services

Pharmacy closures will leave us with ‘depersonalised, dehumanised’ services

Professor David Taylor from University College London’s school of pharmacy last night warned the NHS may end up providing a “depersonalised, dehumanised service”. For patients in the long-term because more community pharmacies struggling with funding cuts. As well as inflationary pressures they could be forced to close.

Professor Taylor (pictured), who recently co-produced a report. With the health economist Panos Kavanos claiming thousands of pharmacies could shut because of high inflation. Along with the effects of multi-year frozen funding, told the National Pharmacy Association's virtual conference that around one in 20 pharmacies had closed in England over the last two years and that was set to increase.

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