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EPB chair: Don't take away pharmacists' Covid vaccine indemnity

Govind warns minister that removing indemnity will hinder jabs delivery.

NHS to delegate all pharmacy commissioning by 2023

Pharmacy commissioning to be completely delegated to ICBs by April 2023.

HCPs cast doubt on public's ability to self care

Nearly half of the healthcare professionals in the UK don't believe the public are able to look after their own health.

E-cig loophole puts minors at risk, Government told

A charity criticises the government for failing to close a loophole allowing companies to hand out free e-cigarettes to under-18s. 

NHSE: Pharmacy must speak 'as one' to gain power

Community pharmacies need to speak 'as one' to gain greater influence within primary care, a senior NHS England official has said. 

RPS calls for action on women's health inequalities

Action is needed to reduce the inequalities faced by women when accessing health services, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has said. 

Dukes to leave PSNC in September

PSNC chief executive Simon Dukes will leave his post at the end of September after just over three and-a-half years in the role.

DH sets ambitious targets for winter flu programme

The Department of Health and Social Care announces that it aims to vaccinate 85 per cent of people aged 65 and over against influenza.

Wright review group to hold focus groups to form proposals

The Wright review steering group will hold a series of online focus groups and workshops this month and in August.

Boots opens flu jab bookings as demand soars

Boots says it has opened bookings for its winter flu jab service amid reports of soaring demand. 

Pharmacist to run London marathon for charity

Pharmacist Mohammed Hussain will run the London marathon to raise money for Pharmacist Support.

'Low capacity' pharmacies can give Covid booster jabs

NHS England invites applications from "low capacity" pharmacies capable of vaccinating 100 patients per week in the upcoming booster drive.

Bill could give GPs too much power, warns PSNC

The PSNC and other health bodies want the Health and Care Bill to ensure professions outside of general practice are heard. 

Masks will still be compulsory in pharmacies says NHSE

The requirement for members of the public to wear a face covering in healthcare settings such as pharmacies will remain in place after Monday.

Antidepressants prescribed twice as much in deprived areas

Antidepressant drugs were prescribed to more than twice as many people in the most deprived parts of England compared to the least in 2020-21. 

Pressure builds on PM to maintain masks rule

Health bodies including the RPS and BMA have told Boris Johnson to maintain compulsory mask use in healthcare settings after July 19.

Drug companies fined 260m for "excessive and unfair" price hikes to hydrocortisone tablets over a 10 year period.

Lifesaving innovations that can spot skin and prostate cancer early is being supported by 20 million of investment by the NHS.

Claire Anderson elected new president of the RPS

Claire Anderson was today (July 13) elected president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, replacing Sandra Gidley who stands down after two years.

PSNC: Use 'best judgement' in claiming Covid costs

PSNC chief Simon Dukes has urged contractors to "use their best judgement" when putting together their Covid costs evidence.   

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