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The new five-year funding contract brings a welcome shift towards services, but its lack of investment in the sector will not ease staffing problems, says Nahim Khan
23/08/2019 0 Views
The summer between each year of a pharmacy degree has many opportunities to keep up with an evolving sector, says student Saffah Huseeba Danial
20/08/2019 5 Views
Boots’ express collection lanes are a good idea in theory, but pharmacies will still need to spend time supporting patients, says Xrayser
19/08/2019 4 Views
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has ushered in stricter guidance for online pharmacies, but has not stretched to blacklisting, says regulatory lawyer Andrew Andrews
13/08/2019 0 Views
While primary care networks (PCNs) offer opportunities for pharmacists working in GP surgeries, there may not be as many for their community colleagues, says The GP Pharmacist
12/08/2019 8 Views
Cashflow may topple community pharmacies like dominoes due to issues with medicines payments, bank relations and staffing issues, says The Contractor
09/08/2019 21 Views
Some Boots closures will cut a lifeline for vulnerable patients, while others won't have much impact, predicts the Multiple Manager
07/08/2019 5 Views
Changing the patient medication record (PMR) system is more stressful than moving house or a GPhC inspection, says Xrayser
06/08/2019 19 Views
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) would function better if its board had more representation from community pharmacy, says legal expert David Reissner
05/08/2019 7 Views
The government is giving us services with one hand while using the other to pull money from our back pockets, says pharmacist Laura Buckley
31/07/2019 9 Views

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