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Some pre and provisionally registered pharmacists will have to travel hundreds of miles to sit the March registration exam, they claim, after a “chaotic” booking process yesterday.
NHSE&I has invited pharmacy-led COVID vaccination sites to partner with places of worship to host “temporary” clinics – as part of a drive for wider coverage.
The Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) has dismissed Lexon (UK)’s appeal of a CMA fine and investigation, which said the company broke the law over the supply of nortriptyline.
The Department of Health and Social Care and the National Assembly for Wales have agreed on concessionary prices for the following six items for February 2021 prescriptions.
With the COVID-19 pandemic creating news at breakneck speed, C+D presents all the essential information on the topic to help pharmacists manage the crisis
The charge for a single NHS prescription will increase by 20p – from £9.15 to £9.35 – from April 1, the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) has said.
A small pharmacy chain is reportedly “massively” worse off since the introduction of the CPCS, with net earnings of just £4,913 in over nine months, C+D has learned.
Northern Ireland’s chief pharmaceutical officer has welcomed plans to overhaul pharmacist training, making way for “new cohorts of pharmacists with enhanced clinical skills”.
Less than 0.4% of personal protective equipment (PPE) items made available to wholesalers by the DH over a 10-month period were “released” to community pharmacies in England.
The GPhC told 10 online pharmacies they must not sell or supply codeine linctus after intelligence-led inspections identified “serious risks to patient safety”.