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  • CMS Ready Reckoner

    CMS Ready Reckoner (22/8/2016) is now available to download.

    If you have any questions about the Ready Reckoner please email Emma Taylor.

  • Independent Prescriber and Conversion Courses

    The 2017/18 Independent Prescriber and Conversion Courses – Application Process

    The next courses are now open for application. Details can be found by clicking the link above, including contact information for NES should you require further support.

  • Workforce & Technology Working Group Latest

    Workforce and Technology working Group latest update on technology grant process.

  • CMS Ready Reckoner 15/8/2016

    CMS Ready Reckoner (15/8/2016) is now available to download.

    If you have any questions about the Ready Reckoner please email Emma Taylor.

  • Advisory Note to Members around upcoming Flu Season

    The majority of our members will be aware that for the 16/17 winter flu season the Scottish Government has entered into arrangements for procurement and distribution through NSS National Procurement. The community pharmacy network is therefore no longer responsible for procurement and distribution of vaccines to GP practices on behalf of the NHS.


  • Operational Logbook August 2016

    The Operational Logbook for August 2016 is now available to download.

  • Updated Stoma Service Specification

    The stoma service specification has been updated by National Procurement effective from 1st July 2016 to 30th June 2018.

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    This Circular advises community pharmacy contractors and NHS Boards of an amendment to the Drug Tariff from 1 August 2016 in relation to the Gluten Free Food Service (GFFS).

  • PCA(P)(2016)12 - Updated MAS Directions

    This Circular encloses revised Directions and a revised service specification for the Minor Ailment Service (MAS). We have produced a statement to go alongside the release of the MAS circular.

  • Production of e-Schedules for May Payments

    The following Communication has been sent out regarding the production of e-schedules for May payments from Pharmacy Payments with the following:-

    “The payment for May paid July will not be affected, and will be in your bank at the end of the month.  Processing delays will mean that the e-schedule will be sent out in the first week of the month.  Once again, this will not affect your payment which will be made in July, and it is only the e-schedule which will be produced at the beginning of the month.”

    If you require further information or support from CPS about this please get in touch with Emma Taylor - or 0131 466 3540

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