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Pre-regs can provisionally join register from August

Pre-reg graduates must still sit online registration assessment at the first opportunity

Hospitals plan for return to routine working

Patients going in for planned operations will need to self-isolate for 14 days beforehand

Charity warns about danger of lockdown drinking

Charity warns about risks of online drinking games during the coronavirus lockdown

Royal Family hails pharmacy teams in Covid-19 fight

The Royal Family last night paid tribute to pharmacists and their teams in the fight against coronavirus.

NPA announces board election results

The National Pharmacy Association has announced that Andrew Lane has been re-elected as chair for two more years.

Interview: PSNC ‘shares contractor frustrations’ says Dukes

In a pharmacy trade press exclusive, PSNC chief Simon Dukes has spoken of his frustration with NHS England.

Covid-19: MPharm students 'must not compromise exams'

Undergraduates hoping to support pharmacies fighting Covid-19 'should complete scheduled exams first'.

NHS mental health hotline open to pharmacy teams

A Covid-19 NHS mental health hotline will be open to pharmacists and their teams after successful lobbying by the RPS.

Public celebrates its pharmacy heroes

Patients and the public have their say about the great job being done by their community pharmacies.

Yorkshire pharmacies warn of rise in abuse from public

Over 40 per cent of community pharmacies in North Yorkshire have said they have encountered violence and abuse.

Birmingham pharmacist jailed for drug trafficking

Sarfraz Hussain gets 28 months after MHRA investigation.

Common pre-reg exam across UK from 2021

A common pre-registration exam for pharmacy graduates in Great Britain and Northern Ireland is to be introduced.

All change at RPS Scotland

Director and deputy to retire in 2020.

Cutting your teeth in the lion’s den

Despite funding cuts, medicines shortages and stress, it is an exciting time to study pharmacy, says Milton Kent Nuako Owusu.

Boris Johnson pays a visit to local pharmacy

Prime minister Boris Johnson visited a community pharmacy in his local constituency last Friday.

New approach for NI pharmacists as CPhO appointed

Pharmacists should focus on making the most of their medicines expertise, Northern Ireland's new chief pharmacist has said.

LPC chief attacks PSNC 'secrecy'

NEL LPC secretary Hemant Patel criticises PSNC over what he perceives as its secrecy over the five-year CPCF.

Pharmacist jailed for selling drugs worth £280k on black market

A West Midlands pharmacist has received a 28-month prison sentence for selling medicines on the black market.

Government pharmacist gets OBE in New Year Honours

DHSC's Head of Pharmacy gets New Year OBE for services to pharmacy.

Opioid dependence revolution

Independent Pharmacy Awards winner Shaheen Bhatia is part of the biggest change in opioid treatment in 40 years.

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