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Act now to lead change

How do you prepare for the process of change?

Preparing for change

How do you keep your business going strong when undergoing periods of change?

It’s time to demonstrate pharmacy’s strength

Pharmacists must flex their collective strength to face the challenges ahead, says Noel Wicks I had the very good fortune recently to attend a clinical leadership in pharmacy launch event for a new 12-day course of exciting and practical leadership training that’s being offered to 25 worthy candidates from Scotland. People have been selected from various sectors of pharmacy, all of whom will no doubt benefit greatly from their newfound leadership skills. The Scottish chief pharmacist and other notable speakers were there to launch the programme, but I was most intrigued by someone introduced as “the sumo guy”. Who? Some sort of mud wrestler?  

Managing through change

Change is never going to stop, but we can all learn to work with it.

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Call to extend NHS health checks

The NPA has responded to a report by think tank ResPublica which calls for community pharmacy to provide health checks...

Research looks at attitudes to treating sore throat

Almost a third of people in the UK view their GP as a first port of call when suffering from a sore throat, new research...

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OTC prescribing: where local policy is taking the lead

Dudley CCG’s decision on self care medicines is an interesting approach, says Noel Wicks It seems that the saga surro...

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Look differently at the supervision debate

There are other priorities to be tackled before any proposed changes to supervision, suggests Noel Wicks Supervision se...

PHE calls for STPs to work together on heart health

Public Health England has called for coordination of services such as in-pharmacy testing to help improve detection an...

NMS set to save the NHS £517m, study finds

The New Medicine Service is set to deliver long-term savings to NHS England by boosting drug adherence, a new study has ...