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BGMA demands NI-only medicine rules are scrapped

Over 3,000 medicines at risk of being withdrawn from Northern Ireland.

EHC refusals 'unacceptable' says RPS

'Unacceptable' that young women had negative experience in pharmacies says RPS.

NPA: Parallel trade should be maintained in present form

Current arrangement is the best option for the UK, NPA argues.

95pc of contractors will receive full Covid claim from Government

The vast majority of contractors will receive their full claim from the BSA in October.

Dukes: I always planned to leave PSNC after 4 years

Leaving now gives my successor time to shape future contract, says Dukes.

New pharmacy minister announced in cabinet reshuffle

Maggie Throup is a former Government whip and trained scientist.

Corsodyl returns with new campaign

The campaign emphasises the importance of maintaining gum health and stopping gum disease.

Pharmacies and GPs could deliver Covid vaccines with annual flu jabs

The PSNC said the two must work together to deliver the biggest ever flu vaccination programme.

Eczema research in the spotlight

We look at recent research into the condition, from treatments with UV light to the effects of softened water. 

Lifestyle advice and bladder weakness

Supporting patients with stress incontinence needs a discreet and informed approach.

Breakthrough lung cancer drug gets MHRA green light

NHS lung cancer patients will be the first in Europe to be offered sotorasib.

Collection codes required in updated lateral flow service

A number of changes are being made to the service from early October.

Advising on stimulant laxatives

Safely recommend the most effective laxative for every customer with constipation

Treating constipation in the pharmacy

Understand how different laxatives work so you can make the best recommendations for your customers

Prescribing of antidepressants on the rise, says NHS report

Between April and June this year 20.5 million antidepressant items were prescribed.

APPG launches inquiry into future of community pharmacy

MPs want to gather information to create a blueprint for the sector's development in the coming years.

82 per cent pass rate for July's GPhC registration assessment

Of the 2,189 candidates attempting the exam for the first time, the pass rate was 83 per cent

Scottish NES pharmacy workforce survey starts 12 September

CPS warns contractors to look out for online survey in pharmacy mailbox

Pharmacy2U enjoys financial boost after unprecedented demand

A 7.2 million loss in 2020 was turned into a 100,000 profit before tax for the year ending March 2021

Bedfordshire Numark pharmacies deliver 68,500 Covid vaccinations

Numark pharmacies worked with six GP surgeries to administer Covid vaccinations in Flitwick

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