PSNC's Sue Sharpe comes out fighting at the LPC conference, as the minister receives a frosty reception
76 per cent of pharmacies expect they will have to reduce opening hours and/or other services this winter, the survey reveals
A range of materials are available to help pharmacies promote their work in the community throughout this year's initiative, taking place 7-14 November
Pharmacy contractors have a last minute opportunity to contact their local MPs about a debate on community pharmacy funding cuts due to be taking place in Parliament tomorrow
A total of 2,942 candidates passed the pharmacy registration assessment in 2016, an increase of more than 8 per cent.
The Healthcare Distribution Association has urged those involved in Brexit negotiations to consider the importance of the single market in facilitating medicines supply
The Welsh Assembly Government has no plans to reduce pharmacy funding over the next two years, it has been announced
Smaller pharmacies providing excellent service to local communities are unfairly affected by England’s cuts to pharmacy funding, says Avicenna’s Salim Jetha
Numark chief executive John D'Arcy warns of an "imbalance" in government thinking over cuts
Celesio's Cormac Tobin calls government handling of funding cuts "grossly disingenuous"
The NPA has described today's announcement about cuts to pharmacy services as a "slap in the face" for hardworking pharmacy teams and patients.
Announcements about community pharmacy funding and furture strategic direction
PSNC reacts to DH funding package imposition for community pharmacy in England
The details: a two-year funding package for pharmacy contractors in England announced by DH
Pharmacy Voice has responded with anger following today’s announcement from David Mowat, outlining plans for significant funding cuts from December.
The new survey aims to get a picture of how patients use medication to treat chronic pain and whether doctors are doing enough to manage this
The UK’s health and social care system is failing older patients as it is unable to cope with the increasing pressure, warns a new report from the BMA.
Pharmacy organisations have responded to PSNC's rejection of a proposed funding agreement and new pharmacy schemes announced by DH
PSNC has bluntly rejected the DH's proposed funding package for 2016/17 calling the proposed cuts "reckless"
A new pharmacy service for urgent repeat prescriptions and minor ailments is to be trialled, the Department of Health has announced