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Steve Brine: A national, clinically chaired group will advise ministers
The Human Medicines (Amendment) Regulations 2019 order – which comes into force on Saturday (February 9) – includes provisions to allow pharmacists...
05/02/2019 4
MHRA: We intend to work with stakeholders to help them achieve compliance
The Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) requires all UK pharmacies to be able to scan barcodes and check tamper-proof devices on medicines packaging...
04/02/2019 4
Oluyomi Olugbenga Adenaike (2037153) had not faced fitness-to-practise proceedings before
Oluyomi Olugbenga Adenaike, registration number 2037153, left either a pharmacy technician or the pharmacy's director in charge of the premises on “...
25/01/2019 12
Oluyomi Olugbenga Adenaike (2037153) had not faced fitness-to-practise proceedings before
Oluyomi Olugbenga Adenaike, registration number 2037153, left either a pharmacy technician or the pharmacy's director in charge of the premises on “...
25/01/2019 12
The order containing the regulatory changes was laid before parliament last Friday
The Human Medicines (Amendment) Regulations 2019 order – which was laid before parliament last Friday (January 18) – includes provisions to allow...
21/01/2019 15
dossette boxes
The feedback came from the Company Chemists’ Association – which represents the UK’s largest multiples – the Association of Independent Multiple...
11/12/2018 3
The move to unannounced inspections – due to come into effect between April 2019 and April 2020 – is a shift from the current policy of giving...
10/12/2018 10
Health secretary Matt Hancock: This protocol is not just for Brexit
The Department of Health and Social Care’s (DH) proposed “serious shortage protocol” – which it claims it is currently consulting on – would amend...
07/12/2018 15
The GPhC cited both the World Cup and Wimbeldon as potential reasons for the drop in concerns
The number of fitness-to-practise concerns received by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) saw a "marked reduction", from 681 for April-June to...
16/11/2018 9
The GPhC cited both the World Cup and Wimbeldon as potential reasons for the drop in concerns
The number of fitness-to-practise concerns received by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) saw a "marked reduction", from 681 for April-June to...
16/11/2018 9

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