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PharmaDoctor has launched a profit calculator to help pharmacy contractors choose which clinical services to offer.
The new medicine service (NMS) should follow medicines use reviews (MURs) and be “integrated” into “clinical” pharmacists’ roles, a group of academics has suggested.
It has been a “slow and steady” start to the CPCS, with just a small number of referrals since it went live last month, pharmacists have told C+D.
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Lloydspharmacy is offering a human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination in 13 of its branches.
An online pharmacy is hoping to “improve access” to EHC by offering the levonorgestrel pill for £3, while a charity has called for it to be reclassified as a GSL product.
There will be further pharmacy closures “unless other, substantial sources of income can be found”, National Pharmacy Association (NPA) chair Andrew Lane has warned.
Universities choosing to “widen access” to their pharmacy courses may be one of “multiple factors” behind low pre-reg exam pass rates, the GPhC has told C+D.
Day Lewis is the latest pharmacy chain to roll out a private urinary tract infection (UTI) test and treat service.