Despite generally welcoming the raft of upcoming changes to community pharmacy services in England, contractors who spoke to C+D raised concerns about consultation thresholds, IT developments and core funding.
Debra Ainge unpacks the problems leading to medicine shortages and offers some recommendations on what should be done to address the issue
Find out everything you need to know about how the government will split its £645 million investment into community pharmacy services – plus, the launch dates for Pharmacy First and a new contraception service.
Contractors who don’t sign up to offer the new Pharmacy First service will be “de-listed” from the community pharmacist consultation service (CPCS), the pharmacy negotiator has said.
Pharmacy leaders have broadly welcomed the long-awaited details of the government’s primary care recovery plan reforms – although some have warned that core pharmacy funding remains a concern.
Pharmacies will receive multiple payments for the new Pharmacy First service, which is set to launch on January 31, Community Pharmacy England (CPE) has announced.
In an exclusive opinion piece for C+D, new health minister Andrea Leadsom shares her thoughts on today's primary care recovery plan reforms and what they mean for community pharmacy
As Conservative MP Victoria Atkins is appointed health secretary, C+D looks back at her voting record and previous brushes with the pharmacy sector
The pharmacy regulator has taken the "difficult decision" to increase its fees by 7.5% across the board, it has revealed.
Beth Kennedy looks back over a tumultuous few years in healthcare policy as yet another pharmacy minister bites the dust
It seems there’s always a new vision document for community pharmacy these days – but are we losing sight of what’s important, ponders Xrayser
There’s no one right way to have a successful career in pharmacy, as C+D found when it spoke to pharmacists and recruitment experts about their experiences
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