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After stopping its medicine use reviews (MURs) at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak so it could focus on dispensing, one pharmacy is still recovering from the financial losses
Most pharmacies should not be at risk of being unable to dispense medicines after reaching their credit limit with wholesalers, according to the head of a wholesaler body.
Pharmacy contractors should be aware of which COVID-19 tests they are legally allowed to sell to avoid inadvertently breaking the law
A pharmacy team in Shropshire has been stretched to its limit by staff shortages while managing unprecedented demand
Raise awareness of community pharmacy teams not being among the healthcare professionals receiving a £60,000 COVID-19 death in service payout by sending a letter to your MP
In a letter to health secretary Matt Hancock, C+D editor Beth Kennedy questions why pharmacy teams aren’t automatically covered by COVID-19 life assurance for healthcare workers
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