NHS England & Improvement has been criticised as having “unrealistic” expectations of pharmacists beginning to work in PCNs.
DHSC advises no-deal preparations should cease.
More than one million people a month fail to attend GP appointments.
A recent analysis commissioned by GPhC suggests a worrying number of pharmacy businesses are operating at a deficit.
The final days of 2019 saw influenza activity continuing to increase in the community.
Brine says it would be “madness” for the government to expect pharmacists to do more work for the same or less money.
The Pharmacists’ Defence Association enjoys high levels of support among community pharmacists, according to a CIG Research survey.
With generic shortages now a regular issue, what are pharmacy trade bodies doing to mitigate the situation?
Health promotion in pharmacies “probably” improves patient health outcomes while being cost-effective, says Cochrane.
More than a fifth of pharmacists on the GPhC register who responded to a study said they are dissatisfied in their role.
The study of 2,000 people found that 66 per cent are worried they will catch a sore throat or cough while using public transport.
Are hub and spoke models the way forward in improving standards in dispensing and pharmacy healthcare generally?
Numbers in contact with drug and alcohol services between April 2018 and March 2019 remains flat at around 268,000.
MHRA looking at reclassification of HRT and OCs to Pharmacy medicines.
PSNC chief Simon Dukes reminds pharmacists unhappy with the five-year deal not to forget about annual reviews.
EHC should be reclassified as GSL and “sold off the shelf without consultation,” the RCOG has said.
There were 1,833 pharmacists in GP practices in England in September 2019 versus 1,304 in September 2018.
Where do the main parties stand on health, and what are their plans for pharmacy?
Pharmacies in England received over 17,000 referrals through the consultation service during the first two weeks.
A CIG survey suggests the Conservative Party has the strongest backing among community pharmacists.