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The GPhC is considering updating its existing independent prescribing (IP) standards, by scrapping the two-year experience requirement to enrol on an IP course.
Patients and staff must continue to wear face coverings in all healthcare settings – including pharmacies – when COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed, NHSE&I has said.
Boots has opened bookings for its flu jab service about one month earlier than it would normally, as it plans for the “biggest ever flu vaccination season on record”.
All community pharmacies in England, including those with a “low capacity site”, have been invited to express an interest in delivering the COVID-19 booster vaccination programme.
Tomorrow (July 15) C+D will host its second annual racism in pharmacy webinar, to discuss what has changed in the past 12 months and what more needs to be done.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) and other healthcare bodies have written a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging for compulsory mask wearing to stay.
Community pharmacies in Northern Ireland are “well-placed” to deliver COVID-19 booster vaccines later this year as they administered 100,000 vaccinations in just over three months.
Two pharmacists have been jailed for illegally selling zolpidem pills worth an estimated black-market value of £600,000, the MHRA has announced.
The majority of pharmacy workers from a black or minority ethnic (BAME) background have experienced racial abuse from patients in the past six months, a C+D survey has revealed.