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The CPCS has some way to go to if it is to fulfill its potential of becoming a vital part of the NHS puzzle, says Valeria Fiore
19/03/2021 5 Views
The CPCS could make a huge difference to patients with minor ailments but more GP practices need to use the service, says Sadik Al-Hassan
18/03/2021 5 Views
As triage systems like the CPCS are never perfect, it’s important that pharmacists feel empowered to contact the patient’s GP when necessary, says Toni Hazell
17/03/2021 3 Views
A plan to make pharmacy more inclusive has good intentions but lacks clarity, says Naimah Callachand
16/03/2021 0 Views
Manchester pharmacist Zeshan Rehmani has crowdfunded more than £125,000 to clothe, feed and house the Syrian refugees in Lebanon he met on a relief mission
15/03/2021 0 Views
The GPhC handling of the pre-registration exam this year has been unfair, unsafe and careless, says Imani Asi
10/03/2021 6 Views
From doubled apprentice incentives to damaging corporation tax increases, Umesh Modi reveals how the 2021 budget affects pharmacy professionals
05/03/2021 1 Views
The GPhC has had so long to organise the registration exam it is difficult to excuse the problems with it, says Thorrun Govind
03/03/2021 7 Views
Xrayser feels he has abdicated his responsibility as a pharmacist by not fully treating the underlying conditions causing demand for over-the-counter products containing codeine
02/03/2021 6 Views
Pharmacies deserve to be paid the unavoidable extra costs of serving patients during the COVID-19 pandemic by the Department of Health and Social Care, says Andrew Lane
01/03/2021 3 Views

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