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There might be an “insufficient” number of designated prescribing practitioners (DPP) to supervise pharmacy trainees during the new foundation training year, the GPhC has warned.
Asymptomatic NHS staff working in a community pharmacy in England will be able to test themselves for COVID-19 at home twice a week, NHSE&I has confirmed.
Nearly three-quarters of people would get a COVID-19 vaccine at their local pharmacy, a National Pharmacy Association (NPA) survey has found.
Northern Ireland faces a shortfall of more than 1,000 pharmacy workers over the next four years, a government review has found.
Boots staff have trained 2,000 members of the army on “swabbing and safety technique”, as part of the first pilot for whole city COVID-19 testing, taking place in Liverpool.
Pharmacies are still having to fax prescriptions to GP practices, despite the March 2020 deadline for phasing out fax machines in the NHS, C+D has learned.
The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) is pushing for a COVID-19 vaccination service in pharmacy “to have parity” with the one commissioned for GP practices.
GPhC data has shown that ethnic minorities continue to be over-represented in fitness-to-practise reports, C+D has learned.
Pharmacy minister Jo Churchill has said pharmacy is "better prepared" to deal with the rising levels of COVID-19, having adapted during the first wave earlier in the year.
More than £1 billion was spent on diabetes medicines in England in 2019/20, up 20% on the 2015/16 figure of £958m, NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) data has revealed.