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Pharmacy must build on Covid vaccines rollout

Pharmacies in Northern Ireland must build on the work they have done during the pandemic, says Terry Maguire.  

Think pharmacy first this winter, says CPNI chief

Gerard Greene has urged people to think about going to a pharmacy this autumn and winter.

Pharmacies in Scotland to offer bridging contraception service

Pharmacies will be able to provide a three-month supply of desogestrel after a consultation.

DHSC appoints new pharmacy minister after latest cabinet reshuffle

Maria Caulfield is a former nurse and one-time local councillor.

Full team ahead!

Avon LPC chief officer Richard Brown talks about his no-frills team approach to getting things done. 

Hub-and-spoke...questions, questions and more questions

Nick Kaye says it sounds like a great idea but it throws up all sorts of concerns for independents. 

Bloody pharmacy – in the name of patient care

Peter Kelly started to question why he decided to undertake phlebotomy training...but he soon had the answers. 

Emergency contraception prescriptions fall sharply in England

The 90,068 prescriptions dispensed last year compares with 252,800 dispensed in 2010.

Some pharmacists accused of not understanding the prescribing process they were involved in.

Go digital to streamline your operation

Atif Butt considers what you need to do when setting up an accounting system that is right for your pharmacy business. 

Pharmacy can help lead the green fight

We hear much about the impact of cars on the environment but little about that from pharmacy, says Mohammed Hussain. 

PSNC: All contractors to get Covid costs at start of October

Costs claims "more than double" the Government's initial offer, PSNC reveals.

ACTNow wellbeing campaign starts again next week

The popular wellbeing campaign from Pharmacist Support kicks off this Saturday and runs for five weeks.

Welsh government presses ahead with ePrescribing

The plans will improve the way patients and healthcare professionals access and manage medicines.

Ridge review finds 10pc of all prescribed medicines unnecessary

CPhO calls for more openness and greater use of social prescribing to prevent medicines harm.

Care launches Care Night Cold & Flu Relief

Care has launched Care Night Cold & Flu Relief Oral Solution.

RPS supports Covid jab rollout for 12 to 15-year-olds

Three million youngsters will be eligible to receive a single dose of the Pfizer jab.

Locate a Locum Learning launched

Locate Learning launches today, increasing members access to extensive learning library.

No Covid bonus for pharmacists in England, Labour MP told

Pharmacists in England to miss out on payments received elsewhere, Government confirms.

BGMA demands NI-only medicine rules are scrapped

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

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