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Some online pharmacies are putting patients at risk by supplying medicines as if they are “a commercial product”, GPhC chief executive Duncan Rudkin has said.
British and Northern Irish pre-registration pharmacists will sit the same exam from June 2021, the GPhC and the PSNI have agreed.
Three quarters of locums rate their stress levels as high, blaming an increase in workload and low staffing levels, according to the C+D Salary Survey 2019.
The government has added fluticasone propionate nasal drops and colestyramine sachets to its list of products which cannot be exported.
Pharmacists providing or “intending to deliver” the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) could attend CPD workshops on the service from April, under NHS England plans.
NHS England must work with the sector to prevent a “gradual erosion" of patient care, the chief executive of the Company Chemists’ Association (CCA) has said.
No pharmacy professional wants to cause patients harm, AIMp’s CEO Leyla Hannbeck has said in response to a PDA warning around GP pharmacists prescribing.
The average hourly pay rate for locum pharmacists in the UK is the highest since 2012, having increased 36p since last year, according to the C+D Salary Survey 2019.
A minimum of £3 million is required to fund locum cover for pharmacists to attend monthly primary care network (PCN) engagement meetings, an LPC secretary has calculated.
The Department of Health and Social Care (DH) and the National Assembly for Wales have agreed concessionary prices for the following 22 items for November 2019 prescriptions.