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The sector is entering a new era of unannounced inspections. The landscape has been changing for some time within pharmacy regulation – the General...
13/02/2019 8 Views
Pharmacy contractors in England have experienced unprecedented challenges in terms of workload, increasing regulation, professional and contractual...
12/02/2019 9 Views
I am both disappointed and saddened by the response of Dr Andrew Green, the British Medical Association's (BMA) GP committee clinical and prescribing...
08/02/2019 7 Views
As a contractor, the only thing I’ve done to prepare for the Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) is go to a meeting held by my local pharmaceutical...
04/02/2019 9 Views
What effect is the rising level of stress at work – which C+D has shown increased from affecting 68% of community pharmacists to 74% in three years...
30/01/2019 4 Views
As a pharmacist who has worked in both community and general practice, one thing I’m very aware of is that not all our skills and activities are...
29/01/2019 4 Views
“I feel really stupid,” said Fiona. She’s not, of course, because Fiona is a 50-year-old ex-nursery school assistant who came to us a couple of...
28/01/2019 1 Views
As an accuracy checking technician (ACT), I have always felt that if I made an error, this is something I am responsible for. Once a pharmacist has...
25/01/2019 9 Views
I’m a firm believer that community pharmacy can provide a lifeline for the NHS. However, there are major issues with being that solution. Let’s...
23/01/2019 9 Views
Medicines shortages have been much in the news and, following a short and informal consultation with pharmacies, the Department of Health and Social...
21/01/2019 10 Views

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