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The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is planning to reveal the date of the postponed registration exam “by [the] end of November”, C+D has learned.
There has been a 63% rise in community pharmacies closures in England over the past five years, leading to the lowest number of pharmacies since 2015/16, NHS data has revealed.
The Department of Health and Social Care and the National Assembly for Wales have agreed on concessionary prices for the following 19 items for November 2020 prescriptions.
More than a third of C+D readers are considering charging patients for medicine deliveries, a C+D poll has found.
The all-party pharmacy group (APPG) has launched an enquiry to “rapidly examine” the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pharmacy, it has announced.
Contractors in Britain can turn off their FMD systems after December 31, but the directive will still apply in Northern Ireland for “at least four years”, it has been highlighted.
Pharmacy support group Avicenna has launched its first automated hub, assembling community dosage system trays in Sunderland.
Manufacturer Zentiva UK has launched risperidone film-coated tablets in 0.25mg, a smaller strength than was previously available.
A pharmacist has been issued a warning by the GPhC following some comments he made at a pro-Palestinian rally that could have been interpreted as anti-Semitic.
PSNC decided to turn down an initial funding offer it received from the DH during the summer because it was “too limited”, it has announced.