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Hull pharmacy considers private security after campaign of abuse

Local young people have allegedly lit fires outside the pharmacy and targeted staff with racial slurs.

RPS pledges to help pharmacists tackle climate change

RPS says it will help pharmacists lead on sustainability as it makes its climate pledge.

We are aware of 'growing importance of ICSs' says RSG

James Wood assures contractors about integrated care systems as PSNC-LPCs reforms continue.

Some contractors don't understand LPCs says review group

The review group tasked with developing proposals for representation speaks out.

RPS: Extend protected learning pilot across UK

The RPS says a pilot on protected learning time in pharmacy in Wales should be carried out in England and Scotland.

The funding will go towards supporting children and young adults who have been affected by the Covid pandemic.

Charity highlights mental health of trainee pharmacists

Pharmacist Support’s ACTNow campaign is this week looking at the wellbeing of trainee pharmacists.

Govt & employers 'must tackle root causes of burnout'

The Government, NHS bodies and employers must tackle the root causes of burnout in the health and care sector, the RPS has said. 

Pay concerns 'driving retention issues in pharmacy'

Concerns around pay and workload are partly behind growing retention issues among the community pharmacy workforce, a new report warns. 

NPA launches mental health initiative to mark centenary

The NPA has joined forces with charities to create awareness of mental health services provided by pharmacies.

Scottish provregs get NHS funding to resit exam

Provisionally registered pharmacists in Scotland who failed the March registration assessment are to receive financial support from the NHS to resit. 

Depression doubles in over-70s during pandemic says Age UK

A brand new guide has been created to help improve older people’s access to talking therapies.

Urgent action needed to stop violence in pharmacies says PDA

Action is needed to prevent violence in pharmacies, the PDA has said as disturbing video footage emerged of an assault on a pharmacist. 

Pharmacist charity to offer additional mental health support

Sector charity Pharmacist Support has announced it is to start offering counselling sessions to pharmacists battling mental health issues. 

Number of student calls to charity down on previous years

Pharmacist Support says the number of calls it has received from students about March's assessment is down on previous years.

EPB chair: Pharmacy must receive share of new Covid funding

The Government has pledged £7 billion to continue supporting the NHS' fight against Covid.

March exam 'should not count as one of three attempts'

The PDA has urged the GPhC not to count the assessment this month as one of students' three attempts to pass.  

RPS urges employers to help trainees prepare for exam

The RPS has urged pharmacy employers to help trainee pharmacists prepare for the March registration assessment.

Urgent plea from NI pharmacies for support from colleagues

Northern Ireland’s CPhO Cathy Harrison has urged pharmacists “with any spare capacity” to assist colleagues in community pharmacies. 

Employers ‘cancelling prov-reg study leave’ claims PDA

Some employers are allegedly cancelling study leave for provisionally registered pharmacists, the PDA claims. 

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