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Gerard Greene: "Pharmacies are trying to ensure that there is enough medicine for everyone"
Contractors in Northern Ireland are halting plans to take industrial action as thousands more patients present at pharmacies every day in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
18/03/2020 2 News
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the NPA and CCA have asked patients to “act responsibly” and not stockpile medicines, while AIMp has called for “emergency” funding.
17/03/2020 1 News
The Boots study looked into the benefit of testing and treating UTIs in community pharmacies
A community pharmacy-led test-and-treat service for urinary tract infections (UTIs) provided “accessible and timely care” and relieved pressure on GPs, according to a new study.
17/03/2020 2 News
Duncan Rudkin: GPhC aware of the “significant challenges” pharmacies face due to COVID-19
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has announced it is stopping all routine inspections from today.
17/03/2020 6 News
The Department of Health and Social Care and the National Assembly for Wales have agreed concessionary prices for the following 24 items for March 2020 prescriptions.
17/03/2020 1 News
PHE:  “There is no published evidence about the suitability of these tests”
Public Health England (PHE) has advised against the use of coronavirus tests in community pharmacies and at home.
16/03/2020 0 News
Shanel Raichura: EMIS will be able to "provide new services more quickly to pharmacy customers”
EMIS Group has purchased the PharmOutcomes platform as part of its strategy to “drive widespread improvements in medicines management”, the company has announced.
16/03/2020 4 News
Mr Dukes said underfunding means there is a danger of permanent pharmacy closures
Financial pressures caused by COVID-19 may cause pharmacies to close permanently unless the government provides a funding boost, PSNC chief executive Simon Dukes has said.
16/03/2020 18 News
The current SSP for fluoxetine 10mg tablets is due to expire on June 12
The Department of Health and Social Care (DH) yesterday (March 12) issued a serious shortage protocol (SSP) for fluoxetine 10mg tablets.
13/03/2020 2 News
Rishi Sunak said the budget will support those affected by the coronavirus outbreak
The government has announced its spending plans for the year ahead, with a focus on small businesses and statutory sick pay for those affected by coronavirus.
13/03/2020 3 News