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Fraud involves dishonesty or deliberate deception. It’s worth emphasising this, because some NHS officials tend to throw the word “fraud” around when...
26/10/2018 7 Views
It’s only October and I'm tired. I'm tired and frustrated at having to turn away business in my pharmacy, because I can't order any Fluad vaccines...
24/10/2018 10 Views
The patient looked up at the pharmacist. “Your assistant said you wanted to talk to me about the prescriptions I’m collecting?” “Nothing to worry...
23/10/2018 4 Views
Over the last two years, the number of community pharmacists on the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) register who trained in the European...
18/10/2018 10 Views
What’s in a name? Quite a lot, judging by the outrage of some community pharmacists when they see the phrase “clinical pharmacist” being used to...
18/10/2018 8 Views
As September came, it brought with it the launch of a renewed national flu service for pharmacies in England. The major change this year was the two...
15/10/2018 3 Views
In 2017, the UK generic medicines market experienced an uncharacteristic amount of volatility. This created a number of headlines in the pharmacy...
08/10/2018 3 Views
Health secretary Matt Hancock told C+D this week that he’s in favour of the “French model” of pharmacy which, while delightfully enigmatic, has left...
05/10/2018 7 Views
Having seriously and very deeply considered the fate of community pharmacy and realising the urgent need to reinvigorate the sector, I have a few...
04/10/2018 6 Views
If pharmacy owners breach their NHS terms of service, NHS England has the power to issue breach notices and impose sanctions. The good news is that...
03/10/2018 3 Views

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