England’s deputy chief pharmaceutical officer has highlighted the “mixed” uptake of pharmacy training programmes as a potential “barrier” to greater investment in the sector.
- 1Amending regulations to allow pharmacists to dispense an alternative in cases of medicines shortages could result in pharmacists breaking the law, sector bodies have said.
RT @Babir1981: Hi, I'm a community pharmacist. You might know me from some of my greatest hits like: "Oh you have a taxi waiting?" "I'm sorry naproxen is unavailable","Amoxicillin tablets don't exist" "I don't know why your GP didn't prescribe it" "Yes we're open" and "Yes, I'm clinical too" https://t.co/ZkmfK8nRAZ
17 minutes ago
Pharmacists must receive the emergency powers proposed by the government to tackle medicines shortages, the @NPA1921 has stressed, as the risk of a no-deal #Brexit grows https://t.co/XjRmKCZf3f https://t.co/AFPLzw5ZFe
20 hours ago
@NHSEngland deputy chief pharmaceutical officer has defended its use of the controversial term “clinical pharmacists” by claiming “not all pharmacists can do everything”. https://t.co/jLr9iTKHVk @APPGPharmacy https://t.co/SglajLFRHa
22 hours ago
RT @CandDLilian: Superdrug tightens mental health checks on Botox customers The high-street beauty and #pharmacy chain @superdrug has acted after NHS bosses criticised it for not conducting “medically responsible” checks before customers start #Botox treatment. https://t.co/6SaaL8lSmu
22 hours ago
.@LloydsPharmacy £4.99 sore throat service generates 1,000 enquiries in 3 months https://t.co/HsuQDLKaSg https://t.co/ibHMp3D8Wm
25 hours ago