A C+D investigation can reveal the medicines that were most commonly dispensed as alternatives to drugs in short supply between October 2019 and April 2021.
The majority of pharmacy workers from a black or minority ethnic (BAME) background have experienced racial abuse from patients in the past six months, a C+D survey has revealed.
Pharmacies in Northern Ireland have reported issues accessing at least three lines since the post-Brexit border agreement was enforced at the start of the year, C+D can reveal.
Contractors “potentially” left more than £34,000 in CPCS fees unclaimed for transactions that had taken place in the initial months of the service.
Introducing incentives in the GP contract could potentially increase GP practices’ engagement with the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS), PSNC has told C+D.
More than £6 million was paid to pharmacy owners who were signed up to the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) in 2019-2020, C+D can reveal.
A C+D investigation has revealed which areas submitted the most Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) claims in the first 12 months of the service.
More than two in five locum pharmacists found it more difficult to find work in 2020 compared to 2019, the C+D Salary Survey 2020 has revealed.
The average hourly locum pharmacist pay rate across the UK rose by 35p last year, making it the highest since 2012, according to the C+D Salary Survey 2020.
GPhC data has shown that ethnic minorities continue to be over-represented in fitness-to-practise reports, C+D has learned.
There could be more than 1,000 claims from the first month of the CPCS that were not submitted in time for contractors to receive the service payment, C+D has learned.
Community pharmacies in England that signed up to provide the CPCS were paid an average of just under £48 a month for offering the service in its first six months.
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