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Pharmacy2U is “currently not able” to offer rapid lateral flow tests, but it is “working closely” with the NHS to be able to supply them “soon”, it has said on its website.
20/04/2021 4 News
"Over nine in 10 pharmacies" are now distributing lateral flow device test kits across England as part of the Pharmacy Collect service, health secretary Matt Hancock has said.
19/04/2021 0 News
Thea Pharmaceuticals is relaunching its successful Thealoz Duo eye drops TV advert to highlight how the product relieves symptoms of dry eye.
19/04/2021 0 News
Sana Masood, who died of COVID-19 on April 1
A fundraiser started in the name of a pharmacist who died of COVID-19 has raised two thirds of the money needed for a new school in Pakistan in just three days.
19/04/2021 0 News
Work on a five-year pharmacist apprenticeship scheme, which had already been paused two times, is now “on hold” again due to COVID-19, C+D has learned.
19/04/2021 10 News
The SNP could introduce a new body to source medicines, a pharmacy contraceptive service and legislative changes to let pharmacists vaccinate if it wins the elections next month.
16/04/2021 1 News
PSNC: The DH has not indicated a change in policy following rapid testing accuracy concerns
The DH is “delighted” at the level of interest from pharmacies in signing up to the new lateral flow device distribution service, it said, as the early sign-up fee expires soon.
16/04/2021 0 News
GPhC: Unreasonable to expect some prov-regs to carry on working in that role if they fail exam
Provisionally registered pharmacists cannot continue to work in this capacity after 9am on April 29 if they learn they did not pass the GPhC exam, the regulator has announced.
15/04/2021 0 News
The profession’s charity has unveiled a number of wellbeing partnerships, including a new counselling service, to mark 180 years supporting pharmacists.
15/04/2021 0 News
NHS professionals visiting adult care homes might need to prove they have had the vaccine
Pharmacists working in care homes in England and those who visit to provide “close personal care” might have to prove they have had their COVID-19 jab under DH proposals.
15/04/2021 4 News

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