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New NHS regulations allow contractors to halt other services to “prioritise the administration” of flu and COVID-19 vaccinations in an emergency, PSNC has said.
Pharmacists with specialist training could sell cocaine and other stimulants for non-medical use from pharmacy-like “licensed outlets”, a drugs policy reform group has mooted.
Leaving the EU without a trade deal could spell trouble for patients and the pharmaceutical industry, leading to medicine “supply shocks”, healthcare associations have warned.
On Pharmacy Technician Day, England chief pharmaceutical officer (CPO) Keith Ridge has published an open letter praising the work of pharmacy technicians.
Lloydspharmacy has revaluated the number of branches suitable for its hub-and-spoke model after finding that it only works for “some” pharmacies, C+D has learned.
PharmaDoctor has launched a package to enable pharmacies to offer an allergy ‘test and treat’ service with a recommended price for patients of £150
Industry bodies have welcomed news that pharmacists can administer COVID-19 vaccines but called for clarity on their part in such a roll-out and assurances on access to vaccines.
The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) has called on Public Health England (PHE) to “iron out discrepancies” in its guidance that stop pharmacies from conducting COVID-19 tests.
Pharmacists will be able to administer licensed or unlicensed COVID-19 vaccines as soon as they are approved by the MHRA, following a change in the law.
Online pharmacy Phlo hit its crowdfunding target of £1.65 million within a day of launching its campaign, its CEO and founder Nadeem Sarwar has told C+D.