Minor Ailments Service
minor ailments service
Of the 1,121 Scottish patients who accessed the national pharmacy minor ailments service and responded to a survey – which ran from June-July 2018 –...
In a financial climate where local authorities are cutting back on smoking cessation funding, it is reassuring to see pharmacy staff are still...
In February, when health and social care secretary Jeremy Hunt announced three “ground-breaking” measures to tackle the estimated 237 million...
Castlegate Pharmacy, Cockermouth has already offered “a handful” of patients the free video call service since it went live last week, superintendent...
Michael Levitan, Hounslow LPC spokesperson and chief executive of the Middlesex Group of LPCs, told C+D last Thursday (June 15) that “too few...
The service is "held back from realising its full potential" because "only 60% of the population is eligible to use it", CPS chief executive Harry...
The wide-ranging review – commissioned by England’s chief pharmaceutical officer Keith Ridge to advise him on how pharmacy services can be “...
As chair of the all-party pharmacy group (APPG), Kevin Barron MP is Westminster’s resident pharmacy champion. During his five years in the post, the...
The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) has “no idea” if a national minor ailments service will ever be commissioned, chief...
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