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All Lloydspharmacy branches will receive a “state of the art” dispensing system next year, its CEO has told C+D.
The Department of Health and Social Care (DH) has added ranitidine and norethisterone to the list of medicines that cannot be exported from the UK.
The first ‘serious shortages protocols’ (SSPs) issued by the government grant pharmacists the power to supply different strengths of fluoxetine. But have they been useful?
A pharmacist behind a successful local cardiovascular disease (CVD) service has called on NHS England to commission a national equivalent.
PharmaDoctor has launched a free weight-loss service package for pharmacies that includes a patient group direction (PGD), an online consultation platform and marketing support.
Medication management company Omnicell UK has launched a software system that tracks the journey of a medicine from dispensing in a pharmacy to administration in a care home.
Similar-looking medicines packaging has long been an issue raised by C+D readers, but which examples do pharmacy superintendents use to illustrate their concerns?
Representatives of the large multiples and smaller chains have called on the government to commission a national emergency hormonal contraception (EHC) service in pharmacies.
The government wants power to expand the range of health professionals who can prescribe low-risk medicines, as well as develop “innovative ways of dispensing”.