Community pharmacies in England that signed up to provide the CPCS were paid an average of just under £48 a month for offering the service in its first six months.
1Well plans to remove the non-pharmacist manager position from its stores entirely, with all branches to be managed by pharmacists, it announced yesterday (August 11).
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Can you differentiate between different gastrointestinal infections presenting in the pharmacy? 😷Our latest CPD module is now available via the link below, with self-assessment quiz and planned learning example https://t.co/ysYWR5ZAwC https://t.co/PJa3tC5Rvm
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[email protected] calls for clarity over pharmacy’s involvement in winter plans https://t.co/0MuufZ5heH https://t.co/NaJ26sIzno
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RT @CandDBeth: Great investigation here from @CandDValeriaFio on the CPCS, which shows that each signed up pharmacy received an average of just under £48 per months for it. Can't help but feel that's not very much given how much work goes into these consultations https://t.co/5uh4mkP7Kf
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Revealed: Pharmacies paid average of £48 a month for CPCS service https://t.co/4Wh5v4gJeU https://t.co/p9YBAosNsw
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