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The DH has also proposed changes to the regulator's fitness to practise powers
At present, “in many cases”, regulators need to seek legislative changes to update their practices, the Department of Health and Social Care (DH)...
25/03/2021 6
Improved pharmacy access to SCRs would help both patients and staff, PSNC and RPS said
Community pharmacy teams should be given ongoing access to SCRs with additional information, Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) CEO...
08/12/2020 2
PREMIUM
On July 1, 2019, new legislation came into force in England to allow the issuing of serious shortage protocols (SSPs). Since then, there have been...
05/03/2020 0
EXCLUSIVE
Speaking of his frustration over delays to the decriminalisation of dispensing errors, Martin Astbury said “human error” is inevitable. Despite this...
27/02/2017 9
In a note produced after the most recent meeting by the Department of Health's board to “rebalance medicines legislation”, chair Ken Jarrold said he...
06/01/2017 5
The government is considering plans to reduce “clusters” of pharmacies by making it easier for two businesses to merge if one closes. The proposals...
09/05/2016 22
  Pressure is growing for the government to legalise and fund the use of medicinal cannabis. So how likely is it that cannabis-based medicines will...
03/09/2014 0
Anne Terry is shopping for a trip to France over half term. "Right, I think I have all the usual stuff," she says. "First aid supplies, various...
30/04/2014 0
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society's English Pharmacy Board (EPB) says that superintendent pharmacists should have board-level status within...
28/11/2013 0
The government will hold a public consultation in January on decriminalising dispensing errors, programme board chair Ken Jarrold has said. The...
26/11/2013 1

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