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Pharmacy Schools Council pledges greater BAME support

The Pharmacy Schools Council promises to provide more support for black and minority ethnic students and colleagues.

Clinical news round-up

We bring you the latest clinical news.

Headaches and migraines

Headaches are an inconvenience but a migraine can be so disabling, it stops a person from getting on with their life.   

Clinical audit to bolster PSNC talks launches today

PSNC has reminded community pharmacy teams to take part in its clinical audit which launches today.

Pharmacists 'should be given training in suicide prevention'

A pharmacist and academic has called for pharmacists to be given formal training on suicide prevention.  

PSNC launches audit to bolster government funding talks

PSNC has launched an audit to record data on the advice and support community pharmacies in England give patients.

Pharmacy student claims discrimination against company

A pharmacy worker says an accommodation company is discriminating against her after allegedly telling her to pay £1,390 in rent.

DHSC releases final 17 concessions for May

The Department of Health and Social Care released the final list of drug price concessions for May on May 29.  

Working during the coronavirus crisis is a nightmare

The pandemic has been mentally, emotionally and physically draining. At one point I started hallucinating, says Peter Kelly.

Pharmacy receiving up to 20 mental health calls a week during crisis

A pharmacist says he gets about 20 calls a week during the coronavirus pandemic from people with mental health problems.

PDA urges Hancock to talk to unions about pharmacy safety

The Pharmacists’ Defence Association urges Matt Hancock to hold talks with unions and employers on pharmacy workers' safety as lockdown eases.

Tesco climb down after pharmacist ‘not NHS' storm

Tesco told a pharmacist he was “not NHS” and not entitled to “jump the queue” with other key workers using its priority shopping hours.  

Exclusive: Locums told to triple rates during COVID-19 crisis

An email that has apparently been sent to a number of locum pharmacists in England advises them to increase their rates of pay.

RPS: Give pharmacists protection from coronavirus

The RPS has drawn up a series of recommendations to protect pharmacists from the coronavirus pandemic.

Numark warns of COVID-19 funding 'crisis'

Numark urges the government to support pharmacies fighting coronavirus by dipping into £12 billion it has committed to the NHS.  

Pharmacies help women with UTIs in new study

Community pharmacy test and treat services provide “accessible and timely care” for women with UTIs, a study has found.

Pharmacy leads elected for 40 PCNs in North East London

The elected pharmacy leads for 40 primary care networks in North East London have been revealed.

CPCS investigation

Since the community pharmacist consultation service launched last year, there have been some unexpected challenges.

Squeezed margins ‘the biggest threat facing pharmacy’ in 2020

Pressures on gross margins are the biggest threat facing community pharmacies in 2020, according to a new survey.

Pharmacy owner’s son jailed for selling controlled drugs

A pharmacy worker has been jailed for six years for illegally selling controlled drugs he purchased through his mother’s pharmacy.

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