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CPS: It is clear minor ailments service is extremely popular
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 –...
10/01/2019 3
Ms Fairweather trained as a smoking cessation advisor – and trains colleagues to offer the service
In a financial climate where local authorities are cutting back on smoking cessation funding, it is reassuring to see pharmacy staff are still...
13/08/2018 13
In February, when health and social care secretary Jeremy Hunt announced three “ground-breaking” measures to tackle the estimated 237 million...
09/05/2018 3
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Castlegate Pharmacy, Cockermouth has already offered “a handful” of patients the free video call service since it went live last week, superintendent...
14/08/2017 19
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Hounslow LPC: Supporting the minor ailments service should be a “no-brainer”
Michael Levitan, Hounslow LPC spokesperson and chief executive of the Middlesex Group of LPCs, told C+D last Thursday (June 15) that “too few...
19/06/2017 3
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...
06/06/2017 0
The wide-ranging review – commissioned by England’s chief pharmaceutical officer Keith Ridge to advise him on how pharmacy services can be “...
29/09/2016 15
Do you ever get the sense that the United Kingdom isn’t so united? I’m not talking culturally or economically (although the debate around the...
11/03/2016 7
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...
20/11/2015 1
The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) has “no idea” if a national minor ailments service will ever be commissioned, chief...
05/11/2015 7