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How a £600 laptop helped us to integrate with our local general practice

09:59 EDT 25 Jul 2018 | The Pharmaceutical Journal

Pharmacist and practice partner Garry Myers shares his model for a partnership between general practice and its local community pharmacy, which, if rolled out across England, could save practices in England over 15m appointments a year.

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