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NPA renews call for shortages powers, as no-deal Brexit risk grows
MPs rejected the Prime Minister’s proposed deal on Britain leaving the EU last night (January 15) by 230 votes. The
Lloyds £4.99 sore throat service generates 1,000 enquiries in 3 months
The £4.99 service for patients aged over 18 – which is available across 600 Lloydspharmacy branches in England,
January cashflow dip will prompt spike in pharmacy sales, says broker
The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee warned last year that contractors in England would feel the effect of
Pharmacy minister committed to reforming category M pricing
In its long-term plan, published last week (January 7), NHS England said it aims to “explore further efficiencies” in
Boots' independent prescribers help it to ace CQC inspection
In March, the CQC announced a "programme of inspections" into digital healthcare providers in the UK, which it said
Online pharmacy addresses CQC's warnings on patient safety
In March, the CQC announced a "programme of inspections" into "digital healthcare providers" in the UK, which will "
GPhC: Only 'trivial gifts' will avoid conflicts of interest
In a joint statement signed by the GPhC and eight other health regulators – including the General Medical Council (GMC
GPhC: Managers must prioritise patient safety over targets
In a consultation document published yesterday (July 20), the GPhC said managers have a “significant influence over the
UPDATED: August concessionary prices announced
Drug Strength Form Price Betahistine 8mg tablets (84) £6.33 Betahistine 16mg tablets (84) £11.05 Buspirone
July concessionary prices updated
Initial concessionary prices for July were announced last week. */ Drug Strength Form Price Olanzapine 7.5mg
C+D’s first impressions of the new BNF app
This free-to-download app – available since June 26, but officially launched yesterday (July 13) – replaces the
July concessionary prices announced
*/ Drug Strength Form Price Betahistine 16mg tablets (84) £11.95 Betahistine 8mg tablets (84) £5.85
How will gluten-free restrictions affect pharmacies and patients?
From this month, pharmacy teams in England will no longer be able to dispense NHS prescriptions for any gluten-free
Can you make a Botox and dermal filler service work in your pharmacy?
In August, Superdrug piloted its ‘skin renew service’ – which includes Botox injections and dermal fillers priced from
Honey or OTC options – what does the new Nice guidance on cough say?
Coughs and colds are one of the most common reasons patients seek advice from community pharmacy – and even more so at
How will you handle parents still expecting free headlice treatments?
In March, NHS England published guidance advising GPs to “curb prescribing” of OTC treatments for certain conditions.
Nurofen survey shows parents concerned about managing children’s pain
The OnePoll survey – which had 2,000 respondents and ran throughout October – found that 64% of parents worry about how
Final 33 concessionary prices announced for December
An initial 23 concessionary prices for the month were announced on December 14, followed by a further 24 concessionary
RB: Nurofen survey shows Christmas stress can cause headaches
The OnePoll survey – which had 2,000 respondents and ran throughout October – indicated that “social commitments,
Another 24 concessionary prices announced for December
An initial 23 concessionary prices for December were announced last week. */ Drug Strength Form Price Allopurinol
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Stoma care: complications and advice
From this pharmacy CPD module on stoma care you will learn about: The devices used in stoma care The different problems and complications...
Autism: symptoms and diagnoses
From this pharmacy CPD module on autism you will learn: What autism is and how it can be described The causes of this disorder, and the...
Drug use in pregnancy and breastfeeding
In this module you will learn: More about the medicines that can have a negative consequence on pregnant and breastfeeding patients The medicines...
Can you treat this bulbous nose?
You are working at a supermarket's in-store pharmacy, when a man in his 70s approaches the counter. You can see at once that he has a large, bulbous...
Case studies: Enzyme inducers and inhibitors
In this module you will learn: More about the inducers and inhibitors of the cytochrome P450 enzyme system Some of the interactions that exist with...
Quiz: What are these white nail lines?
In-depth AF case study: the answers revealed
Mr Carlton, 78, has come into your pharmacy with his wife. He appears distressed, and is complaining of shortness of breath and discomfort in his...
Drugs in the young: part 1
From this module you will learn: The various stages of development, from birth to adolescence The pharmacokinetic changes that occur in newborns,...
From this module you will learn: How bipolar disorder differs from mood swings and how changes occur over several months That several subtypes of...
Sickle cell disease
From this module you will learn: The definition, cause and incidence of sickle cell disease Common symptoms and diagnosis Management, particularly...
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