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Untangling EPOS and PMR system choices

All well-managed businesses need to invest in up-to-date technology if they are to run efficiently

Making sure that men's health is not overlooked

Getting men to talk more in more detail about their health could be beneficial for them, and your pharmacy business

Time for lunch – or do you work through?

Do you work through lunch more often than you would like?

Let's look forward with optimism

I don’t know if it is because I am getting older, but it seemed to me to have been an extremely long winter, and a pretty gloomy one for community pharmacy. But the sun has finally come out, and there are clear signs of spring in my garden. The green shoots of recovery were late this year – but I would like to look forward with some optimism.

Look out for the gender pay gap

Whether you are an employer, manager or a member of staff, the gender pay gap could be affecting you. Here’s what to do about it

Judicial review appeals: Hearing starts

PSNC and NPA are in the Court of Appeal today (May 22) over their Judicial Review cases concerning the funding cuts

Boots union ballot latest: voting period extended

The voting period in the Boots union vote has been extended amid concerns about the quality of supplied address data

RPS board election results

The successful candidates have been announced in this year's RPS English and Welsh Pharmacy Board elections

NHS moves to tackle medication errors

To help the NHS monitor medication errors, a series of indicators are being introduced to show whether a prescription may have contributed to hospital admissions

Support diabetic patients fasting during Ramadan

Pharmacy teams at LloydsPharmacy are being supported to ensure safe fasting for people with diabetes during Ramadan

NHS well placed to integrate care

The NHS probably has a better chance to truly integrate care than almost any other health care system in the world, a former leading US health administrator has said

PSNC chief executive: “the reality is tough”

PSNC chief executive, Simon Dukes has told contractors that he can see how difficult and uncertain it is for businesses

RPS candidates urged to share their travel health vision

Travel health experts are urging candidates in the RPS board elections to share their views on making pharmacy travel clinics more effective and consistent

Collaboration is key for community pharmacy

Further integration between community pharmacy and other local clinicians is being encouraged in a paper published by NAPC

The 13 steps to GDPR – put the regulations into practice

All pharmacies should complete a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA), suggests PSNC

GPhC consults on “significant” changes to inspection

Proposals to publish inspection reports for the first time, unannounced inspections and three new types of inspection, are all part of a consultation launched by GPhC

NI politicians lobby for community pharmacy funding

The health spokesmen of the main political parties in Northern Ireland have highlighted the current funding crisis in community pharmacy

Brand insight: P3 May 2018

Recent product profiles from May's P3 magazine: skincare, summer travel and men's health

Bedminster Pharmacy champions bowel cancer awareness

The team at the Bristol pharmacy carried out a campaign to raise symptoms awareness of the second biggest cancer killer and to champion early diagnosis

Piri has media push for allergy season

The Piri brand is being supported with a £3.2 million media campaign during the allergy season
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