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"Pearson VUE is contacting candidates who had booked afternoon sittings due to a technical error"
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) chief executive Duncan Rudkin has apologised to pre and provisionally registered candidates facing “issues” with the exam booking process.
03/03/2021 0 News
Investigators found records showing hundreds of thousands of POMs had been purchased without being dispensed against prescriptions.
A West Midlands pharmacist who illegally sold “hundreds of thousands” of prescription-only medicines (POMs) on the black market has been sentenced to 12 months in prison.
03/03/2021 0 News
PSNC has asked the chancellor Rishi Sunak to intervene in the COVID-19 funding negotiation to ensure pharmacies will not be required to repay £370 million in advance funding.
03/03/2021 0 News
Nearly 50 pharmacy team members will become Well employees following the acquisition of six Norfolk-based pharmacies, the multiple has announced.
02/03/2021 0 News
Badges and posters will be displayed in pharmacies to promote the campaign
A new campaign to promote awareness of social distancing precautions has been announced by Northern Ireland’s health minister Robin Swann at a “critical time” in the pandemic.
02/03/2021 0 News
The SSP was due to expire on February 26, but has been extended to March 8
The Department of Health and Social Care (DH) has extended the SSP for Salazopyrin EN-Tabs 500mg, due to ongoing shortages of the product.
01/03/2021 1 News
Pharmacy students are urging the GPhC to clarify whether candidates who had booked their registration exam slot in the afternoon will still be able to sit the exam in March.
01/03/2021 0 News
NHS England and community pharmacy need to “patch up their differences” and “begin their relationship anew” to secure the sector's future, AIMp chief Dr Leyla Hannbeck has said.
01/03/2021 6 News
CCA: Women shouldn't face cost or local availability barriers to sexual health services
The MHRA is seeking views on whether to make desogestrel contraceptive pills Lovima and Hana available to women directly from pharmacists, without a prescription.
01/03/2021 3 News
The Department of Health and Social Care and the National Assembly for Wales have agreed on concessionary prices for the following eight items for February 2021 prescriptions.
26/02/2021 0 News

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