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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. 

Summer season: stick or twist?

Our regular anonymous correspondent is back, with fingers crossed for another seasonal announcement of progress 

Instant messaging no quick data fix

Siilo chief executive Joost Bruggeman says 'off the shelf' messaging apps pose huge risk for patient confidentiality and data protection

Is the CPCS delivering? Or is it too soon to tell?

Health economist Leela Barham unpicks the value proposition of the CPCS

Function. Form

Change is coming... again. The 42 integrated care organisations that will form the 'system' level of the NHS from April 2022 are in place in shadow form.

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.

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. 

'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.

Just what we need

Adam Irvine says integrated care systems may look like another reorganisation of the NHS, but this change feels different

Representation review runs true to form

The steering group charting a new course for representation in England has published an outline timetable for change. How did we get here, and what's next?

Integrated care systems are coming...so what?

Integrated care systems (ICSs) will, we are told, join up health and care, with planning and delivery increasingly organised more locally. What does this mean for community pharmacy?

Time to take in different views

Lesley Neil is spreading the word

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.

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. 

Building the future - part two

Seven community pharmacists across England tell us what they are doing to shape their own futures, and what they think needs to change to help them grow (part two of three)

Building the future - part three

Seven community pharmacists across England tell us what they are doing to shape their own futures, and what they think needs to change to help them grow (part three of three)

Building the future - part one

Seven community pharmacists across England tell us what they are doing to shape their own futures, and what they think needs to change to help them grow (part one of three)

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.

GPhC chief: Public should obey pharmacy mask rules

GPhC chief Duncan Rudkin has urged the public to adhere to whatever mask-wearing rules pharmacies have in place from July 19. 

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