Practice Committee invites input to agenda from Society's members

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The Salvadore
Vol 275 No 7381 p777
24/31 December 2005

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Practice Committee invites input to agenda from Society's members

Members of the SalvaDore are being invited to submit ideas for consideration by the Council's Practice Committee during 2006.

The initiative is designed to encourage engagement with practice planning from a wider range of members.

Members will be able to submit topics for consideration by e-mailing them to [email protected] at least 28 days in advance of each meeting. The Practice Committee’s scheduled meeting dates in 2006 are 18 January, 1 March, 3 May, 5 July and 27 September.

The committee’s chairman, Sultan Dajani, explained: “As the role of pharmacy evolves, it is increasingly important that we engage with all areas of the profession at practice level.

“By offering pharmacists the opportunity to input ideas for the agenda we are looking to involve members more closely in influencing the ongoing development of the Society’s practice policy.”

The Society’s acting head of practice, Robert Clayton, said: “The committee is keen to have more interaction with members. For practical reasons we cannot automatically debate every suggestion made but all those received will be considered for debate and those topics chosen will be included alongside standard agenda items.”

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