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The UK could learn from the French government’s reaction to its pharmacy flu vaccination success, NPA board member Olivier Picard has told C+D.
Recruiting pharmacists and stocking up on flu jabs are two ways the government is preparing for any additional medicines shortages casued by a no-deal Brexit.
Successfully delivering the NHS 111 referral service will hinge on understanding the “three segments” of patients pharmacies could receive, says an NHS England network lead.
Pharmacies are two years behind GPs when it comes to working as “collaborative competitors”, the chief executive of a local pharmaceutical committee (LPC) has said.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) will take a report on pharmacists’ mental health and wellbeing levels to government, in a bid to gain access to NHS-funded support services.
Patients should not be “coerced” into choosing where to get their flu vaccination, Lloydspharmacy’s parent company has said in response to a letter from a GP surgery.
GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) Voltarol pain relief range can "provide relief to patients with arthritis", the manufacturer has said, as the UK marks National Arthritis Week.
Those pharmacies that adapt and get involved with primary care networks (PCNs) will be sustainable in the long-term, NHS England’s Bruce Warner has said.
In her first interview since taking on her new role, pharmacy minister Jo Churchill talks medicine shortages and the five-year funding deal
Many small chains and independent contractors “will face ruin” with the chancellor’s pledge to increase the national living wage to £10.50 by 2024, a pharmacy accountant has said.