Urgent And Emergency Care
urgent and emergency care
Anaphylaxis is an acute and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction, which may affect a patient in your pharmacy. As an adrenaline auto-...
If I travelled back in time two and a half years and asked myself, “Ravinder, what’s an advanced clinical practitioner (ACP)?” I would have said...
The Community Pharmacy Referral Service involves NHS 111 using PharmOutcomes or NHSmail to refer patients with “a range of low acuity conditions” to...
The Community Pharmacy Referral Service (CPRS) – which launched last week (December 4) across Durham, Darlington, Tees, Northumberland, and Tyne and...
Nottingham City clinical commissioning group (CCG) – which was chosen to participate in the first phase of the pilot scheme – has decided not to go...
To qualify for the Quality Payments Scheme – through which businesses can claw back up to £6,400 in funding a year – a pharmacy must prove to the ...
Details of the pilot programme – which will see patients who call NHS 111 for urgent repeat medication directed straight to a community pharmacy,...
Under the 'Pharmacy Urgent Care' pilot programme announced by the Department of Health last month, patients who call NHS 111 for urgent repeat...
Pharmacy Voice chief executive Rob Darracott told C+D it was clear from listening to NHS England medical director Bruce Keogh (see below), the first...
Mr Soni, former Royal Pharmaceutical Society president, spoke to C+D at a King's Fund event on improving urgent and emergency care last week (...
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