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Pharmacies will struggle to use volunteers to supply the few patients eligible for NHS England's medicines delivery service, contractors say
Thousands of pharmacies will be forced to close if they have to repay advance funding to the government, including his own, says one contractor.
Although this is a pressurised period for pre-registration pharmacists, the postponement of the assessment is an opportunity for personal development
One pharmacy in Manchester has been dispensing sertraline at a “massive loss” since the outbreak of COVID-19
Pharmacies across England are questioning their future after seeing a surge of demand from panicked patients following the COVID-19 outbreak
There will be a second wave of unprecedented demand on community pharmacies as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Avicenna chair Salim Jetha.
A minority of locum pharmacists have increased their hourly rates following the COVID-19 outbreak, sparking controversy across the sector
In a letter to health minister Matt Hancock, C+D editor Beth Kennedy makes the case for England’s prescription charge to be put on hold during the COVID-19 crisis
Pharmacy teams reveal escalating levels of abuse from patients during the COVID-19 outbreak
Public Health England (PHE) does not recommend the public wear protective face masks, but pharmacy teams can share their effective use with those who ignore that advice