Survey aims to look at local pharmacies

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People who live and work in Dudley borough are being invited to have their say on local pharmacies and could win £50 in shopping vouchers for taking part.

The Dudley Health and Wellbeing board is running an online survey to seek views about pharmacy provision and services within the borough.

Every person who completes the survey will be entered into a free prize draw to have the chance of winning one of four £50 shopping vouchers.

The findings of the survey, together with additional research about pharmacy provision in Dudley borough, will be published in a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) online at in October. Councillor Patrick Harley, leader elect at Dudley Council, said:

"The Health and Wellbeing Board assess pharmacy service needs in the area and publishes a PNA every three years.

"By taking part in this short survey people can help to inform decisions based on patient need in their local area, and with £50 in shopping vouchers up for grabs there’s a lot to gain."

People can find out more about the survey at and are asked to take part by 6pm on May 31.


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