Practice Pharmacy representatives have urged Northern Ireland pharmacists to embrace its first MUR service, despite concerns it involves more work for the same amount of money.
Northern Ireland: Offences fall at triple UK rate
Crime investigation 2011 Crime fell by 11 per cent across Northern Ireland between 2010 and 2011 – nearly triple the UK rate of 4 per cent.
Crime falls as Northern Ireland pharmacies up security
Crime investigation 2012 The overall number of crimes in Northern Ireland pharmacies fell 11 per cent from 479 in 2010 to 426 in 2011.
At last it’s time for NI’s ‘shift left’
Sir Derek Wanless's inspirational vision for the NHS 10 years ago may be about to become a reality in Northern Ireland, says Terry Maguire
Northern Ireland at breaking point
As the sector battles Stormont in the courts over funding cuts, Emma Weinbren asks how long Northern Ireland can last with a £40 million pharmacy funding hole
Explaining why some men get “bitch tits” and “roid rage” might not have been what Terry Maguire had in mind for his visit to the Belfast Athletic and Cultural Society
Don’t make decisions without consultation
David Reissner When it comes to setting a drug tariff, please listen to the pharmacists
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