Almost three-quarters of respondents to a C+D snapshot poll have said that they do not think that vapes should be offered in community pharmacies.
Pharmacy organisations have welcomed the proposed changes to pharmacy supervision law, although grassroots pharmacists were “conflicted” about the proposals.
After six months of anticipation, the Pharmacy First launch date has finally been announced – C+D’s Zainab Hussain shares her thoughts
With no extra funding, Wicker Pharmacy’s team have delivered COVID-19 vaccines to previously unreached homeless people in Sheffield.
Dermatologist-trained pharmacists will offer customers free skin consultations at a new “beauty concept store”, Boots has announced.
The government has launched a consultation proposing that pharmacy technicians could "run a dispensary" without "reference to a pharmacist" in certain situations.
As what was once one of the largest community pharmacy chains in the UK announces it has exited the market, Beth Kennedy reflects on a turbulent year for Lloydspharmacy
The president of the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) has warned that many independent pharmacy owners aren’t aware of the extent of the financial challenges they face.
Jhoots Pharmacy has bought 36 former Lloydspharmacy branches using a £17.4 million loan from HSBC, the bank has revealed.
A new report pushing for a shake-up in community pharmacy has James Stent scratching his head
The competition authority is looking into the “assets merger” of Pharmacy2U and LloydsDirect, the UK’s two largest online pharmacies, it has revealed.
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