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Social care and hospice workers can access the NHS flu vaccination service by “self-identifying” at pharmacies, without needing to provide evidence of eligibility, the DH has said.
Pharmacies will start receiving referrals from GP practices for patients with minor ailments under CPCS from November 1, NHS England and Improvement (NHSE&I) has said.
Pharmacist blogger Laura Buckley was crowned Blogger of the Year at this year’s Medical Journalists Association (MJA) Awards, it was announced yesterday (September 23).
The GPhC “cannot confirm an exact date” for its online registration assessment until it appoints a provider, it has said in response to an RPS and BPSA call for a timeline.
Oxford University has recruited Professor Mahendra Patel as national black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community and pharmacy lead for its Principle COVID-19 clinical trial.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) have urged pharmacies and GPs to be “collaborative” during the 2020/21 flu jab season.
Around 100 flu jabs have been administered to ministers and officials at the Department of Health and Social Care (DH) in London, in an initiative organised by the NPA.
Health secretary Matt Hancock has visited a London pharmacy, recording a TikTok video promoting the “hands, face, space” COVID-19 campaign.
Boots has paused new bookings for its private and under-65s flu vaccination service following increased demand, although appointments remain available for patients aged over 65.
The government should ask pharmacies to “step up” their flu jab communications to better reach people from certain ethnic minorities, a Conservative peer has said.