Consultation on the 2022 Draft Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment for the Essex Health and Wellbeing Board

Posted on: June 8, 2022

As required by the NHS Pharmaceutical Regulations 2013, the Essex Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) are preparing to publish a revised Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) by 1st October 2022. The PNA is an assessment of needs for pharmaceutical services in the area which must be revised every three years.

The Draft PNA is now ready for consultation. The consultation will be open from 30th May 2022 to 5th August 2022. As part the consultation we are inviting you to comment on the draft PNA by accessing the documents and the online survey through the Essex County Council consultation website: Essex HWB draft PNA Consultation.

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