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When I finished my first week as a freelance reporter at C+D back in 2011, I couldn’t have known I would have the privilege of one day leading the...
24/01/2020 3
“Aggressive targeting of patients by mail order pharmacies” meant the multiple had to “strive ever harder in order to retain patients and customers...
07/01/2020 3
Malcolm Harrison: Pharmacy teams are expected to do more for less
The level of funding available to community pharmacy in England “cannot sustain the current scale of the network”, Malcolm Harrison, chief executive...
04/12/2019 1
The remuneration of pharmacies is nothing less than an absolute disgrace. The government has found easy pickings with pharmacy, because we don’t have...
06/11/2019 10
The 10 pharmacies I owned were mostly in affluent villages in south-east England, but we also served a few council estates. These house a...
29/10/2019 6
Opening yesterday’s parliamentary event in Portcullis House, Westminster, all-party pharmacy group (APPG) chair Sir Kevin Barron MP (pictured below)...
10/09/2019 6
The announcement that Boots plans to close around 200 of its stores will come as no surprise in the current climate. With prescription item fees at...
07/08/2019 5
I took over the family pharmacy, which employs seven staff members, from my dad 10 years ago, and refitted it about five years ago. As part of the...
17/07/2019 24
We operate two community pharmacies, both in small rural market towns. One pharmacy is the only pharmacy for six miles in any direction, the other...
02/07/2019 11
Steve Double: We need to utilise pharmacy's ability to adapt and innovate in the wider NHS
The Conservative MP and vice chair of the all-party pharmacy group (APPG) said in years to come, the 2016 decision to cut pharmacy funding in England...
10/04/2019 5

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