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This time two years ago, the BBC broadcast an Inside Out programme about dispensing errors at Boots. There were claims that workload pressures were a...
14/01/2020 6
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 29
The GPhC’s new Registered Pharmacies Enforcement Policy, relating to its powers to enforce compliance with its standards for registered pharmacies,...
09/04/2019 0
The High Court challenge by the Good Law Project to quash the serious shortage protocol (SSP) regulations allowing pharmacists to supply alternatives...
03/04/2019 4
EXCLUSIVE
Noel Wardle: A jury will have to decide whether a pharmacist’s conduct falls within the defence
There is still a “significant risk” that pharmacists who commit an inadvertent dispensing error will be investigated for a crime and have to face a...
19/03/2018 5
EXCLUSIVE
David Reissner: Making changes to regulations can be complicated and time-consuming
Last month, C+D exclusively revealed detailed proposals for pharmacy technicians to be handed legal responsibility for supervising the supply of...
24/10/2017 8
Jeremy Hunt’s statement last month that the government has "no plans to allow pharmacy technicians to supervise pharmacies" would have been more...
12/09/2017 1
With high-profile emergencies – such as the recent terrorist attacks in London and Manchester, and the fire in Kensington’s Grenfell Tower –...
01/08/2017 4
CQC pharmacy criminal offence NPA help
According to an announcement from NPA chief pharmacist Leyla Hannbeck, published on the NPA’s website yesterday (June 29), the letters were sent to "...
30/06/2017 13
Justice Collins expects the hearings to conclude today
Welcome to C+D's rolling live coverage of the third day of the pharmacy funding cuts case in the High Court in London. For information on all the...
23/03/2017 15

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