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In an album somewhere, I have a photo taken on holiday in Orlando, Florida. It shows me standing next to a sign that says: “No solicitors”. I’ve...
27/08/2020 5
I explained last month that the difference between a legal COVID-19 testing kit and an illegal one is the CE marking. If a medical device carries a...
17/07/2020 2
The government is facing at least two judicial review cases over the supply of personal protective equipment (PPE). In the first, two doctors are...
12/05/2020 0
We must welcome the NHS England volunteers helping to deliver medicines to patients from community pharmacies, but using them isn’t straightforward....
07/04/2020 1
I remember when my law firm got a state-of-the-art telex machine [for sending text] in 1986. Only a few months later, we got our first fax machine,...
30/03/2020 7
NHS England published its economic crime strategy for 2018-21, dealing with tackling fraud, bribery and corruption, on September 13. The document...
24/09/2019 3
Home delivery is just one example of a service many pharmacies have provided without charge. Monitored dosage systems (MDS) are another. It’s...
29/08/2019 30
As Monty Python might have asked, what has the GPhC ever done for us? The answer might be: defining education requirements maintaining registers of...
05/08/2019 7
In its five-year pharmacy funding agreement, the Department of Health and Social Care (DH) said it would make two changes to the law. The first will...
29/07/2019 4
In a previous blog, I asked whether the days of the GPhC were numbered. In October 2017, the Department of Health and Social Care (DH) opened a...
16/07/2019 12

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