Introduction

The draft Corporate Strategy presents the proposed strategic objectives and activities for the PSI for the years 2021-2023. Set against the background of the Covid-19 global pandemic and its impact in Ireland, the Strategy has been developed with the PSI Council and with the management of PSI having considered our external and internal environments, our purpose as set out in legislation, and our organisation values, mission and vision. It focuses on three key activity areas supporting our strategic goal, which remains “to assure public trust in pharmacy through effective regulation”.

The draft Strategy sets out the range of essential activities which we are required to carry out, and resource, as part of our statutory remit; the projects that we will progress and carry forward from the current strategy 2018-2020; and the new areas of strategic focus for the PSI. The consultation questionnaire encourages your feedback in particular on the new strategic areas of focus. We welcome your views.

The consultation will remain open until Friday,  21 August 2020.

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* 1. Data Protection and Freedom of Information 

This survey is voluntary. By completing it you are agreeing to allow your responses to be processed and analysed by the PSI for the purpose of seeking feedback on the PSI's draft Corporate Strategy 2021-2023. A consultation report will be compiled and this report, will be published on the PSI website in due course. No personal information is required, but if you are replying on behalf of a group or an organisation please provide the name. The information you provide to this survey will be stored in a secure and confidential manner by the PSI, it will only be used for the purposes outlined above and it will be deleted in line with the PSI’s record retention policy. The PSI uses SurveyMonkey to gather feedback to our public consultations. Full details of how your information is processed via SurveyMonkey is documented in this privacy policy. Submissions made to public consultations carried out by the PSI are subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2014.

Do you agree to the terms above? By selecting 'Yes' you are confirming you consent to providing your answers to the questions in this survey

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