This article describes the experience of developing an enhanced public health role for a community pharmacy in the Castle Vale estate in Birmingham. It shows that the neighbourhood-based regeneration context of Castle Vale has created a stimulating setting for an ambitious and innovative pharmacy company to demonstrate what might be possible on a much wider scale in the UK. A core ethos of the Castle Vale regeneration initiative has been public-private partnership and this project reveals some 'critical success factors' for on-the-ground achievement.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2002|
- enhanced public health role
- community pharmacy
- Castle Vale estate
- neighbourhood-based regeneration
- public-private partnership