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Nominations open for RoE Awards 2021

The Recognition of Excellence Awards are back and open for nominations from community pharmacy.

Pharmacies in code word scheme to help domestic violence victims

Domestic abuse victims can turn to pharmacies for help as part of an initiative that launches today.  

Government under fire over pharmacy vaccine ‘snub’

Government under intense criticism for failing to deploy England’s community pharmacy network to help deliver Covid vaccinations on a wide scale.

Gomez Campos elected to head up PDA BAME Network

Elsy Gomez Campos first president of the PDA's Black and Minority Ethnic Pharmacists' Network

Pharmacy network voted Top Team at Scottish Health Awards

CPS chief executive Harry McQuillan said it was ‘absolutely great’ to see those on the frontline recognised

Pharmacists can alleviate Covid vaccine fears, BBC told

Pharmacists can alleviate people's fears about taking the Covid-19 vaccine, Thorrun Govind told the BBC. 

EEA pharmacy qualifications to be recognised after Brexit

Government guidance published for pharmacists who want to practice in the UK after Brexit.

Self Care Week addresses wellbeing in lockdown

This year's Self Care Week is promoting the importance of looking after wellbeing during the second lockdown. 

NI pharmacy chief awarded an OBE

Dr Mark Timoney was chief pharmaceutical officer for Northern Ireland for 2013-19

Bedale pharmacy gives Chancellor Rishi Sunak his flu jab

The local MP admits to a great passion for community pharmacy and the ease of access it provides

A champion of health during the Covid crisis

Independent Pharmacy Awards winner Tracey Kyle says patients were scared and some were aggressive during Covid-19.

Counter assistant awarded £15k in age discrimination case

A pharmacy counter assistant who was fired after a flare-up of her arthritis has been awarded over £15,000 by an employment tribunal.

Pharmacies invited to register interest in ANI scheme

“Ask for ANI” provides a simple way for victims of domestic to signal to pharmacy staff that they need help.

National Association of Women Pharmacists elects president

The National Association of Women Pharmacists has a new president after Naina Chotai was elected to the role. 

GPhC gains extension of suspension order in FtP case

Case follows another in July where extension to suspension order was not granted.

IFPP now open to provisionally registered pharmacists

Registration closes on 10 January 2021, and there is no fee or cost to access the programme

Nominations for the NHS Parliamentary Awards close on 1 September

Community pharmacists were winners in two categories in 2019.

Get behind the Pharmacist Support ACTNow campaign

ICP is proud to support the Pharmacist Support ACTNow campaign to raise awareness about well-being.

CPNI appalled by racist abuse of pharmacists

CPNI chief executive Gerard Greene said his organisation is “appalled” that pharmacists are being racially abused.

SCR alert deemed a success but more tests to follow

A Reasonable Adjustment Flag on the SCR to indicate a learning disability or other impairment could be rolled out by the end of the year

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