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A pharmacist has told C+D of a month-long ordeal to secure pain relief medication for terminally ill patients – after the manufacturer’s reduced wholesaler model disrupted supply.
The MHRA is “urgently” reviewing the evidence around the safety of chloramphenicol eye drops in children under two years, after an EMA update prompted cessation of some services.
Community pharmacy contractors can apply for a £20,000 grant to install automated systems at their premises, the Welsh government has announced.
GSK and other generic suppliers of paroxetine broke competition law with a “pay for delay” deal on antidepressant paroxetine, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) has concluded.
As HubRX pledges to make hub-and-spoke work for all independent pharmacies, C+D rounds up sector experts’ experience and thoughts on the dispensing model.
Boots has launched a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 self-testing kit, priced at £65, which can be purchased online or from more than 500 of its branches.
The RPS has pledged to be “directly involved” in any discussions around proposed changes to pharmacy supervision, as sector bodies resume talks.
The NHS Business Services Authority (NHS BSA) is writing to 44 pharmacies that submitted a higher-than-expected number of claims for the pandemic delivery service, PSNC has said.
More than 90% of community pharmacies in England now offer the CPCS, but only a minority are receiving referrals from GP practices, LPC chiefs claim.
A total of 340 community pharmacies in Northern Ireland have administered more than 35,000 COVID-19 vaccinations since being given the go-ahead at the end of March.