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PSNC will monitor the success of the NHS 111 referral service to negotiate remuneration for the possible increase in walk-in patients, its chief executive has said.
08/10/2019 5 News
(L to R) PSNC's Simon Dukes, AIMp's Peter Cattee, CCA's Malcolm Harrison, and NPA's Mark Lyonette
The sector has to “look after” itself, rather than seek support from the government when it comes to workplace pressure, AIMp chair Peter Cattee has said.
07/10/2019 4 News
Richard Cattell: Moving thousands of pharmacists in a small profession will be daunting
Community pharmacy could face the most “disruption” when it comes to recruiting the planned 7,500 ‘clinical’ pharmacists to PCNs, NHS England’s Richard Cattell has said.
07/10/2019 4 News
CMA: Manufacturer Aspen admitted to its part in the illegal arrangements in August
Three manufacturers broke competition law by signing an illegal agreement that resulted in “significant price hikes” of fludrocortisone, a government watchdog has alleged.
04/10/2019 2 News
The Well branch on Market Street was closed in August during the evacuation (Credit: © 2019 Google, image capture: June 2016)
NHS England's Dr Bruce Warner has visited a pharmacist to personally thank him for his "heroism" during the evacuation of a Derbyshire town at risk of flooding.
04/10/2019 5 News
Beechams all in one
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has launched a £3.9 million marketing campaign to promote its Beechams all in one capsules in time for the cold and flu season.
04/10/2019 0 News
Pharmacists have been granted the power to supply different strengths or forms of fluoxetine
Granting pharmacists the ability to supply alternative strengths of fluoxetine without contacting the patient’s GP will mean a “new way of working” for the sector, PSNC has said.
03/10/2019 6 News
BBC News presenter Ben Brown with C+D editor James Waldron yesterday
Editor James Waldron discussed the results of C+D's shortages survey, and pharmacy teams' role in resolving these issues, on the BBC News channel yesterday evening (October 2).
03/10/2019 0 News
The legal groundwork for a serious shortage protocol was set out in February
The government has granted pharmacists the ability to supply an alternative strength or form of fluoxetine without contacting the patient’s GP, in an effort to cope with shortages.
03/10/2019 25 News
Two in five community pharmacies spend over an hour a day dealing with medicine shortages, a survey of C+D readers has suggested.
02/10/2019 2 News

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