Eligible candidates who were affected by technical issues at the registration exam on June 29 will be granted provisional registration, the GPhC has confirmed.
Boots’ parent company Walgreens Boots Alliance will continue to “stay open to all opportunities to maximise shareholder value”, it has revealed days after calling off the sale of the UK pharmacy chain.
Pharmacy technician Lilly Eggleden juggled studying to become a pharmacy technician with a gruelling workload during the COVID-19 pandemic – and won a coveted C+D Award for her efforts
The number of GP practices with the capability of making Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) referrals grew by a staggering 463% in just seven months, according to figures shared by England’s chief pharmaceutical officer David Webb.
Pharmacies providing COVID-19 jabs during the upcoming vaccination season will be paid £10.06 per vaccination, NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I) has indicated in a draft document for the service.
The GPhC is “actively and urgently” considering granting provisional registration to candidates who were affected by technical issues at yesterday’s exam, it has announced.
Boots has vowed to investigate after a video of a Deliveroo driver handing a patient an open bag of medicine and mocking her for its contents was shared on social media. Meanwhile, lawyers have warned pharmacies of learnings from the incident.
Locums with existing bookings and those booking new shifts at Tesco will be paid one of four new set rates – capped at £36 per hour for emergency cover – from mid-July, C+D understands.
Patients are increasingly presenting to pharmacies with symptoms of these gastrointestinal conditions, so what information and advice can pharmacists give?
David Reissner delivers what might be considered an “unpalatable message” to pharmacy owners who cancel locum shifts last minute or temporarily close branches due to staff shortages
Asda will reduce the operating hours in 80 of its pharmacies across England and Wales from next month, a spokesperson for the supermarket chain has told C+D.
Asda has explained its policy on pharmacists self-checking prescriptions, following a tweet suggesting it may be a requirement in some branches.
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