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London bus driver graduates with pharmacy degree

A former London bus driver has graduated from the University of Wolverhampton’s MPharm course after deciding to make a career change.

FIP: ‘Clear advantage’ to vaccination training in undergrad

There is a “clear advantage” to offering future pharmacists vaccination training as part of their degree, says the FIP.

GPhC comes under fire over registration exam delays

GPhC comes under criticism for lack of clarity on exam date but says process has been "extremely complicated".

Pharmacy employers 'must learn lessons of first wave'

RPS director of pharmacy Robbie Turner warns employers must ensure staff are risk-assessed for Covid-19.

A healthy start

Mums and mums-to-be need pharmacy reassurance now more than ever

Jo Churchill gets flu jab in London pharmacy

Pharmacy minister Jo Churchill received her flu jab earlier today at a branch of Greenlight Pharmacy.

Boots facing lawsuits over unpaid lockdown rent

Boots UK is facing multiple lawsuits from landlords over allegedly refusing to pay rents at some of its stores during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Rowlands’ losses more than double ‘due to Category M changes’

Rowlands attributes a £71.3m financial loss to Government decisions including changes to Category M reimbursement prices. 

Form or function first?

Form is currently winning over function in the debate over representation in England. We look at the 'local' impact

A safe pair of 'hands'

Keeping patients safe is a given for pharmacists, and automation can play a vital role as part of any effort to reduce dispensing errors

Boots pauses flu vaccines for under-65s amid high demand

Boots has paused its flu vaccines for the under-65s and its private service amid high demand.

RPS and RCGP launch plan to improve flu vaccination roll-out

The RPS and RCGP have encouraged GPs and pharmacists to work together to ensure people get a flu vaccine this year.

Tell PHE if you disagree with test & trace result, pharmacies urged

The PSNC urges contractors to talk to their employer if they disagree with a notification from NHS test and trace.

Patient focus makes better business

Teva’s UK & Ireland general manager Kim Innes says generics might be in her DNA, but it's making a real difference to patients' lives that matters most

How do you find things out?

Unfamiliarity with a new bit of kit prompts a thought about how people get information

GP referrals to CPCS to start in the autumn

GP practices will be able to refer patients to pharmacies through the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service this autumn.

Health bodies ask Hancock to stop Priadel withdrawal

Health leaders have written to Matt Hancock urging him to ensure patients continue to have access to bipolar disorder drug Priadel.

Pharmacist Support launches donation awareness campaign

The profession’s charity Pharmacist Support is launching a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of donations to its future.

Some batches of Neupro and Vimpat PIs subject to Class 2 recall

Six parallel distributors involved in recall of batches of Neupro 4mg/24 hour patches and Vimpat 100mg tablets

Contractors and not “usual suspects” should drive LPC and PSNC reform

An oversight board made up of only contractors should monitor how the recommendations in the Wright report are implemented

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