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This time of year allows me some time to reflect. While considering the ongoing cuts to pharmacy funding in England, and how it will affect me in my...
11/09/2018 3 Views
The Department of Health and Social Care’s board set up to ‘rebalance’ pharmacy legislation is currently consulting [until September 11] on a...
10/09/2018 2 Views
“We used to say, ‘our most valuable asset is our staff’, but studies prove that our most valuable asset is money. Apparently, money is really worth...
06/09/2018 1 Views
“Leicester doctor convicted over death of six-year-old boy.” That was the headline splashed all over the newspapers back in 2014, outcry that...
03/09/2018 0 Views
Last week, the Court of Appeal handed down its much-anticipated judgment declining to quash the 2015-16 decision to impose unprecedented funding cuts...
31/08/2018 1 Views
I travelled to a city last week to hear several speakers give a better explanation of the situation in pharmacy than I’ve heard for a long time. But...
30/08/2018 1 Views
The 99-paragraph judgment of the Court of Appeal, dismissing the legal challenges brought by the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC...
29/08/2018 2 Views
“Have you thought of becoming an actuary?” My careers teacher’s words came as a slap in the face. I didn’t think I was that boring. At this point,...
28/08/2018 9 Views
Throughout the UK, community pharmacies formed relationships with their local healthcare system to deliver patient care. This applies to Boots, where...
24/08/2018 5 Views
So the final skirmish of the 18-month funding cuts court battle has ended. The casualties include the credibility of the government’s decision-making...
23/08/2018 0 Views

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