While there are already “clinical” pharmacists working in primary care networks (PCNs) – groups of local GP practices covering an average of 50,000...
The old adage ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’ isn’t one that can necessarily be applied to community pharmacy. At least, I can’t imagine it has ever...
Mahendra Patel, academic pharmacist and member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society's (RPS) English pharmacy board, was invited to shed light on...
Contractors in England are required to change their SOPs for medicines use reviews (MURs) as of October 1, to reflect a reduction in the patient...
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) consultation on “standards for the initial education and training of pharmacists” – which ran from January-...
I bought a thriving community pharmacy three years ago in north England with my pharmacist husband using savings, a family loan and a bank loan. Now...
Opening yesterday’s parliamentary event in Portcullis House, Westminster, all-party pharmacy group (APPG) chair Sir Kevin Barron MP (pictured below)...
As part of the five-year funding contract for England, the Department of Health and Social Care (DH) launched a consultation on a series of drug...
The service, which is based on work done by C+D award-winning pharmacist Dylan Jones, will first launch later this month in the three-strong...
It is “clear” that the next five years under the funding contract for England is going to involve “significant changes” for community pharmacies, the...
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