Pharmacies are feeling the brunt of patient frustration over medicine shortages and price hikes during the COVID-19 outbreak, says one contractor in the East Midlands.
Community pharmacy staff reported shortages across all 30 brands of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) medicines included in a C+D survey between October 2019 and March 2020
After stopping its medicine use reviews (MURs) at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak so it could focus on dispensing, one pharmacy is still recovering from the financial losses
Most pharmacies should not be at risk of being unable to dispense medicines after reaching their credit limit with wholesalers, according to the head of a wholesaler body.
Pharmacy contractors should be aware of which COVID-19 tests they are legally allowed to sell to avoid inadvertently breaking the law
A pharmacy team in Shropshire has been stretched to its limit by staff shortages while managing unprecedented demand
Raise awareness of community pharmacy teams not being among the healthcare professionals receiving a £60,000 COVID-19 death in service payout by sending a letter to your MP