The BHA applied for a judicial review in October 2017 after NHS England announced it would scrap 18 “ineffective, unsafe or low clinical treatments”...
At 10.30am yesterday morning (March 18), the sector finally received the news it had been holding its breath for – the result of the National...
The National Pharmacy Association's (NPA) legal argument against the funding cuts in England – that the government had not considered the effect on...
As I write, the outcome of the judicial review on the decision by the Department of Health’s (DH) unilateral decision to reduce contractor funding in...
Fifty years ago, when the Pharmaceutical Society – then the professional regulator – issued a code of conduct that would prevent pharmacies engaging...
APTUK told the Department of Health (DH) it is concerned that “the pharmacy technician role may be replaced with a dispensing assistant to reduce...
Mr Justice Singh confirmed yesterday (April 11) that he will not permit the PDA’s request for judicial review of the General Pharmaceutical Council's...
The PDA challenged the GPhC’s proposals for new standards for pharmacy professionals in the High Court in Birmingham on March 23 (see below). In a...
104 readers out of 228 who responded to a poll, conducted on the C+D website between March 23 and April 3, believe the High Court will not reverse...
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