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Prescribing skills should be an integral part of the five years of study
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.
12/11/2020 7 News
Asymptomatic NHS staff could verify whether they contracted the virus in under one hour. Pic credit: Innova Medical Group
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.
11/11/2020 3 News
Nearly one in five (19%) said they were not planning on getting vaccinated against COVID-19
Nearly three-quarters of people would get a COVID-19 vaccine at their local pharmacy, a National Pharmacy Association (NPA) survey has found.
11/11/2020 3 News
An extra 566 pharmacists and 600 pharmacy technicians are needed
Northern Ireland faces a shortfall of more than 1,000 pharmacy workers over the next four years, a government review has found.
11/11/2020 0 News
Anyone living or working in Liverpool can be tested for COVID-19, whether they have symptoms or not
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.
10/11/2020 1 News
Pharmcy2U: "We still need to fax prescription requests to around 50% of GP surgeries"
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.
10/11/2020 4 News
Pfizer/BioNTech said its COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective against the infection
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.
10/11/2020 12 News
Six in 10 FtP concerns received in 2019/20 were against BAME pharmacists
GPhC data has shown that ethnic minorities continue to be over-represented in fitness-to-practise reports, C+D has learned.
09/11/2020 15 News
Joe Churchill: Pharmacy teams "now have the experience of working in a COVID-secure environment"
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.
09/11/2020 11 News
Antidiabetic drugs remained the most prescribed drugs for diabetes
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.
06/11/2020 0 News