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Well Pharmacy has approached its landlords to ask for rent reductions following a 25% income dip as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, C+D has learned.
Funding for Welsh pharmacies will increase by £18.3 million by 2023, as part of a new three-year funding package announced for the sector.
Frontline staff and volunteers in England will be given access to a psychological first aid training course to support those affected by COVID-19, the government has announced.
Legislative changes to medicine regulations impacting hub-and-spoke dispensing require “sufficient parliamentary scrutiny”, the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) has said.
The Department of Health and Social Care and the National Assembly for Wales have agreed on concessionary prices for the following 11 items for June 2020 prescriptions.
South Central Ealing primary care network (PCN) has developed a new PCN community pharmacist role that could rolled out by other networks, a PCN clinical director has told C+D.
Sixty-four per cent of disabled people in Scotland have struggled to access medicines and food amid the COVID-19 outbreak, a parliamentary debate heard.
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has reported a 29% increase in the number of fitness to practise concerns it received in April.
To help combat COVID-19, pharmacy technicians are calling for inclusion on the government’s list of healthcare professionals who can supply and administer medicines under a PGD.
Pharmacy contractors should “assume” that wearing a fluid-resistant surgical mask will be “a minimum requirement” for delivering the flu service this season, the PSNC has said.