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England's chief pharmaceutical officer Keith Ridge to retire

NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I) has confirmed it is seeking a new chief pharmaceutical officer to replace Keith Ridge, who will retire from the role in February.

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Well Pharmacy CEO: ‘To find out what's going on, go to the frontline'

Well Pharmacy CEO Seb Hobbs discusses how the multiple has fared during the COVID-19 pandemic, its competition and how he sees the company’s internal culture

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'Outpouring of support' for pharmacy vandalised with anti-vax graffiti

The owner of Thomas Bell Pharmacy in Cumbria has praised the “outpouring of support” from the community after his pharmacy was vandalised with anti-vax graffiti.

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No state-backed indemnity for pharmacy is ‘unfair’ and ‘extraordinary’

Pharmacies not being granted state indemnity insurance for COVID-19 vaccinations from November is “unfair” and “extraordinary”, sector bodies have said.

'Life-saving' Asda pharmacist spots colleague's heart attack

A Gloucester pharmacist has been thanked for his “quick-thinking” and for potentially saving his colleague’s life after he correctly identified her as having a heart attack.

The pharmacist helping patients feel better without medicines

What is the secret to living a long, healthy life? Pharmacist Graham Phillips, who won the 2020 C+D Health Initiative of the Year Award, dispenses his pills of wisdom

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Lloydspharmacy: Staff self-isolation contributing to temporary closures

Staff absences where registered pharmacy professionals are self-isolating due to having contact with someone testing positive for COVID-19 are contributing “significantly” to temporary Lloydspharmacy closures, C+D has learned.

‘Deliveroo-style’ pharmacy launches same-day deliveries in Birmingham

Online pharmacy Phlo has opened a new hub in Birmingham, allowing patients to subscribe to its same-day medication delivery service.

England's chief pharmaceutical officer Keith Ridge to retire

NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I) has confirmed it is seeking a new chief pharmaceutical officer to replace Keith Ridge, who will retire from the role in February.

3k sit July GPhC exam, but IT glitch leaves up to 4 unable to finish

Almost 3,000 candidates sat the GPhC registration exam in July, but “a maximum of four” were not able to complete it due to a “system failure”, the regulator has told C+D.

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Well: Pharmacy must partner with 'relevant bodies' to set its future

Community pharmacy needs to partner with “relevant bodies” to create a plan for the future of the sector that will “unleash [its] huge potential”, Well CEO Seb Hobbs has told C+D.

Well Pharmacy CEO: ‘To find out what's going on, go to the frontline'

Well Pharmacy CEO Seb Hobbs discusses how the multiple has fared during the COVID-19 pandemic, its competition and how he sees the company’s internal culture

GPhC warns pharmacist over codeine linctus supply, more probes ongoing

The GPhC has issued a warning to a superintendent and responsible pharmacist regarding the supply of codeine linctus, while other related FtP investigations continue, it has said.

Single activity fee increases 2p to £1.29 from August

Contractors in England will receive a single activity fee of £1.29 per item from next month, following the £49 million quarterly category M reduction in July, PSNC has said.

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What changes can we expect to see to the GPhC’s FtP process?

The regulatory body has approved new standards for handling fitness-to-practise (FtP) cases. Lawyer Susan Hunneyball sets out what changes we can expect to see.

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LPC investigates its own chair over racism and discrimination claims

A Hampshire-based LPC is investigating its chair after claims of discriminatory and potentially racist behaviours were lodged by a member of the committee, C+D has learned.

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Pharmacists may have to supply sodium valproate in original pack

The MHRA is planning to consult on introducing a legal requirement for pharmacists to supply sodium valproate in its original pack in a bid to support its safe use, the DH said.

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