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The government’s initial exclusion of pharmacy teams from its COVID-19 death in service payment scheme was the icing on top of a distasteful cake, says Laura Buckley
05/05/2020 61 Views
Abusive patients, long hours and increased workload due since the COVID-19 outbreak are taking their toll on pharmacy teams. But it won’t last forever, says the Multiple Manager
04/05/2020 25 Views
Pharmacists need to know whether they will have to prove they have been in contact with a patient with COVID-19 to receive the £60,000 death-in-service payout, Mike Hewitson says
30/04/2020 11 Views
Pharmacy teams need a government cash injection to be able to continue supplying medicines to patients during the COVID-19 outbreak, says The Contractor
28/04/2020 3 Views
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)’s comments about a minority of locum pharmacists “profiteering” from COVID-19 are not what is needed from the regulator, says Mitesh Patel
27/04/2020 65 Views
Locum pharmacists are being used as a scapegoat for pharmacy, which has much larger problems, says Tohidul Islam
27/04/2020 7 Views
Community pharmacists must be recognised for their invaluable work, which we need during the COVID-19 pandemic more than ever before, says A&E doctor Logan McCallan
22/04/2020 8 Views
Contractors have a legal obligation to take steps to ensure the health and safety of employees as best they can during the COVID-19 outbreak, says solicitor Rachel Warren
20/04/2020 2 Views
Community pharmacies could face legal claims arising from the actions of altruistic NHS Volunteer Responders delivering their medicines, says lawyer Andrea James
17/04/2020 6 Views
Checking patient prescription exemption claims is an unnecessary burden on pharmacy teams in England during the COVID-19 pandemic, says Mike Hewitson
15/04/2020 5 Views

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