§ 81. Sir M. Stoddart-Scott
asked the Minister of Health whether he is satisfied with the number of students being trained as pharmacists; what is the shortage of pharmacists in the Health Service; and when he expects to have sufficient.
§ Mr. K. Robinson
The current level of student entry, if maintained, appears to be sufficient to meet the probable requirements of the National Health Service as a whole; as regards hospital pharmacists, I have nothing to add to my reply to the hon. Member for Oswestry (Mr. Biffen) on 1st February.