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Pharmacists offered ‘fast-track’ medical degrees under Brexit plans

The government is planning to offer pharmacists and paramedics a fast-track conversion course to retrain as doctors.

Save money by merging LPCs say trade bodies

Pharmacy trade bodies recommend a reduction in the number of LPCs to save money and improve support.

NHS forced into rethink on PCN service specs

GPs reject draft service specifications.

HIV transmission rate continues to fall

UK on the way to reaching goal of eliminating HIV transmission by 2030.

Wuhan coronavirus reaches the UK

CMOs raise risk to the public from low to moderate.

Sigma donates medical supplies to Ugandan hospitals

Sigma has donated medical goods which will be distributed to hospitals in a deprived part of Uganda.

Changes to Avicenna leadership team

Pharmacy support group Avicenna has announced changes to its leadership team.

EU court rules on GSK 'pay-for-delay' appeal

The European Court of Justice has upheld a UK decision that GSK and other companies entered an illegal agreement.

Lloyds to charge £25 for new health check service

LloydsPharmacy has launched a new private health check service that includes a blood pressure and BMI check.

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.

Pharmacies across Europe hit by drug shortages

Community pharmacies in 24 countries in Europe experienced medicines shortages last year, according to a PGEU report.

New FP10 forms circulated to prevent penalty charges

NHSBSA has begun issuing new prescription forms and tokens to make it easier to check patients' exemption status.

PSNC pushing for further investment

PSNC will not wait for annual review to put case for further investment.

NHS Trust in 10 year deal with Babylon

Wolverhampton rolls out vertically integrated digital healthcare plan.

Pharmacists asked to be vigilant for suspected vaping harm

Outbreak of vaping associated lung injury in the USA sparks alert in UK.

NHS director quizzed on community pharmacists ‘jumping ship’

An NHS official has denied claims that employment incentives for GP pharmacists will harm community pharmacy.

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.

Boots pharmacists secure 7.6% pay increase

The pay rise, which starts next month, will see pharmacists earn £36,600 based on a 40-hour week.

Unity of vision is a powerful tool

Moving the family home 19 times over 25 years in pharma sounds a perfect qualification to run a logistics business. Alliance Healthcare managing director Julian Mount talks shortages, full service distribution and real partnerships for change.

Two of three accused companies admit price collusion

Two of three accused drug companies admit their part in an alleged anti-competitive agreement.

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