Rafif Sarheed - registration number 2078284 - sold controlled drugs including Viagra and diazepam without a prescription and made a false entry in her pharmacy’s communications book, the GPhC heard
Q&A: Sue Sharpe talks funding
The PSNC chief executive answers queries on the next funding settlement, which it hopes to conclude by April
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Funding 2014: the facts behind the figures
C+D looks at the ups and downs of this year’s funding deal for England’s pharmacies
FTP lessons you can learn: the impact of inconsistencies
In the fourth of our series on FTP learnings, solicitor Tania Francis explains why inconsistent evidence led one pharmacist to be struck off for a “moment of madness”
Was the funding settlement worth the wait?
James Waldron talks to Reporter Annabelle Collins about the long-awaited funding settlement
Behind the Bestway deal
It came as a suprise to many when Bestway - best known as a cash-and-carry operator - bought the Co-operative Pharmacy in July. So what will the deal mean for the brand and its workers?
A parent’s right to know?
A mother would like you to identify some tablets she has found in her daughter's room. One is an oral contraceptive - what do you do?
Update Module 1720 This module looks at the incidence of threadworm and scabies, their symptoms, diagnosis and treatment plus personal hygiene measures
The mother of one of your medicines counter assistants has been diagnosed with chronic heart failure. The daughter is very distressed. What can you tell her about the prognosis?
A patient with a long history of asthma presents with a sore mouth. How can you help?
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C+D Salary Survey 2013 Given the scale of the challenges facing pharmacists today, the results of this year's investigation are unsurprising – but they are still a cause for concern
NHS England is hopeful that pharmacists will contribute to "a conversation" on how healthcare should change
Terry Maguire is back on the airwaves, this time discussing stock shortages and hoping no one mentions pharmacists who export
The government’s reluctance to invest in a national minor ailments service is due to a fear of the NHS taking on the costs of popular over-the-counter medicines, says Kirit Patel.