A pharmacy workforce survey in the West Midlands: 3 primary care pharmacists

Jill K. Jesson, Alison Blenkinsopp, Helen Boardman, Keith A. Wilson

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Abstract

In a study to quantify the extent of current and planned employment of primary care pharmacists (PCPs) and to explore the experiences of PCPs and the perceptions of other pharmacists who aspire to become PCPs, it was found that the satisfaction experienced by primary care pharmacists appears to offset to some extent the dissatisfaction expressed about traditional pharmacy work in community pharmacy. The high level of interest in PCP work may also be a proxy for pharmacists' dissatisfaction.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)684-687
Number of pages4
JournalPharmaceutical Journal
Volume266
Issue number7148
Publication statusPublished - 19 May 2001

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  • manpower
  • pharmacists-primary care
  • job satisfaction
  • pharmacy-community

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Jesson, J. K., Blenkinsopp, A., Boardman, H., & Wilson, K. A. (2001). A pharmacy workforce survey in the West Midlands: 3 primary care pharmacists. Pharmaceutical Journal, 266(7148), 684-687.
Jesson, Jill K. ; Blenkinsopp, Alison ; Boardman, Helen ; Wilson, Keith A. / A pharmacy workforce survey in the West Midlands: 3 primary care pharmacists. In: Pharmaceutical Journal. 2001 ; Vol. 266, No. 7148. pp. 684-687.
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A pharmacy workforce survey in the West Midlands: 3 primary care pharmacists. / Jesson, Jill K.; Blenkinsopp, Alison; Boardman, Helen; Wilson, Keith A.

In: Pharmaceutical Journal, Vol. 266, No. 7148, 19.05.2001, p. 684-687.

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