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Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee

About the Database

The PSNC Community Pharmacy Services Database has been developed to provide accurate, relevant and up-to-date information to support the development of local pharmacy strategies and Enhanced services.

PSNC first started to compile detailed information on local pharmacy services in 1992, the information was computerised in 1999 and made available on the internet in April 2002.

What Information is Available

Contribution of data is essential to ensure that the database can continue to provide current information. The majority of the information currently included in the database has been submitted by Local Pharmaceutical Committees with information also supplied from Primary Care Organisations, Local Project Co-ordinators and the Pharmaceutical Industry.

PSNC are keen to hear about any Community Pharmacy based projects that are not currently included on the database. To enter a project on the database that has currently been commissioned please complete the online form by following the link, 'Submit Information on a Project.' Please try to ensure that all fields are completed. The online form will be reviewed by a member of the PSNC and the information will be added to the live database.  

Where a form is submitted but details about the service are incomplete, PSNC will follow up any additional information required via email. Please only send this information as a reply to the email and not on the e-form as this will create duplicate entries.

 

Searching the Database

The database can be searched either by Service, Funding Source or Location. After selecting the required keyword, clicking on the 'search' button will produce a list of all projects in the database which match your selected criteria. To view more information on a specific project, click on the title of the project.

Who to contact

For more information on specific projects contact Barbara Parsons.