Rumours have swirled around the possibility of NHS England making a renewed push to expand the use of hub-and-spoke dispensing since the start of the...
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...
The Department of Health (DH) introduced a “near miss” process last October to review pharmacies that did not initially qualify for the Pharmacy...
Northern Irish pharmacist Martin White was sentenced to four months in prison, suspended for two years, at Antrim Crown Court last week (December 16...
David Reissner, senior healthcare partner at law firm Charles Russell Speechlys, confirmed to C+D today (November 1) that a client has asked him to “...
The long-awaited impact assessment – which was first promised by former pharmacy minister Alistair Burt in February – was published last month (...
Noel Wardle, partner at law firm Charles Russell Speechlys, is urging every pharmacy that dispenses fewer than 9,500 items a month to apply for NHS...
Noel Wardle, a partner at the firm, said the sector would need to raise “a low six-figure sum” to fund the cost of a senior lawyer taking the “urgent...
The Department of Health (DH) has recently announced that it intends to postpone changing the law to allow greater use of hub-and-spoke dispensing,...
EXCLUSIVE The concerns raised by pharmacists about government plans to expand the use of hub-and-spoke dispensing could mean the proposals are left...
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