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AIMp has welcomed the relaxation of rules on recruiting from abroad, as community pharmacy is losing experienced practitioners to “PCN-related activity”, the organisation has said.
Pharmacies receiving early payments for their services under PEPS “will continue to be paid”, NHSBSA has assured as the scheme’s funding provider faces collapse.
Pharmacists in Liverpool have been commissioned by the local CCG to prescribe treatment for UTIs, sore throat and conjunctivitis in children, as part of a service extension.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has launched an £8.3 million marketing campaign to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its pain relief brand Voltarol.
The body that oversees healthcare regulators in the UK will consider a “number of complaints” it received on the GPhC’s handling of the exam in its review of the regulator.
Pharmacists due to renew their registration on or before November 30 only have to submit a reflective account, the GPhC has said, as it extends its revalidation changes.
The fact that the government failed to commit to covering pharmacy’s COVID costs in today’s budget is “exasperating and disappointing”, PSNC chief Simon Dukes has said.
Avicenna has bought 57 Dudley Taylor Pharmacy branches for an undisclosed sum, retaining all 670 staff, the group has announced*.
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) chief executive Duncan Rudkin has apologised to pre and provisionally registered candidates facing “issues” with the exam booking process.
A West Midlands pharmacist who illegally sold “hundreds of thousands” of prescription-only medicines (POMs) on the black market has been sentenced to 12 months in prison.