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It’s a busy day in the pharmacy and you’ve got a thumping headache, a runny nose and a sore throat. You’re pretty sure it’s just the nasty cold you’...
13/05/2016 0
An unpublished survey by the Pharmacists’ Defence Association (PDA) made headlines last month after the Guardian used the findings in its article...
04/05/2016 7
1. Positive impact on practice Being able to access the SCR should give pharmacists faster and more holistic interactions with patients, something...
23/03/2016 1
Batches of ZeniPower hearing aid batteries could explode, the UK medicines watchdog has warned. There is a “very low” risk that two batches of ...
11/03/2016 1
EXCLUSIVE Greater records access will limit the effects of any pharmacy closures caused by the government's planned 6% cut to funding in England,...
11/01/2016 9
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has expressed “grave concerns” about plans to limit how long it can spend checking the competence of...
18/11/2015 3
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has urged pharmacists to ensure patients use Accu-Chek blood glucose monitors ...
20/08/2015 0
Thalidomide. It’s a word that strikes fear into the hearts of generations. And it has been back in the news due to the recent death of Frances Kelsey...
14/08/2015 1
More than a quarter of patients prescribed NSAIDs could be at risk of “serious complications”, a pharmacy audit has suggested. Forty per cent of...
21/01/2015 6
Three years ago, a new specials tariff came into force in England and Wales. The aims were clear: to ensure the price of specials reflected the cost...
08/12/2014 0

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