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Be aware of loneliness in older age

Watch two Age UK videos telling the stories of two people living with loneliness

Patients welcome pharmacists in GP surgeries

A survey from the Patients Association and the Primary Care Pharmacy Association has shown that patients have positive views towards pharmacists working in GP practices

Enough is enough, says homelessness charity

We need to put an end to children living long-term in temporary accommodation, says Shelter

£112m scheme to place pharmacists in GP surgeries

Following a pilot scheme that has proven popular with patients and GPs, NHS England has announced investment to place 1,500 pharmacists in surgeries

The hazards of the Christmas season...

The hazards of the Christmas season are highlighted in a light-hearted look at national statistics

Randomised CPD record review from 2017

The CPD records of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can now be called up at any time by the regulator

Well launches diploma in expert clinical practice

Well pharmacy chain has partnered with Keele University to launch a three-year diploma, the Expert Clinical Practice Programme (ECPP)

Clinical Services Review could be ‘watershed’ moment

"We hope to start 2017 on a more positive footing,” comments the chair of the Company Chemists' Association

GPhC consults on beliefs in pharmacy practice

GPhC launches as consultation on the impact that religion, personal values and beliefs may have on the decisions of pharmacy professionals in patient care

Now work to put Murray proposals into action...

Action is needed to make the King’s Fund’s Community Pharmacy Clinical Services Review ideas a reality, PSNC has said

Pharmacy clinical services review gets positive response

Professional bodies have welcomed the publication of an independent community pharmacy clinical services review from the King’s Fund

Split from Pharmacy Voice 'flies in the face of unity'

NPA's split from Pharmacy Voice is a backward step for the sector, Numark’s John D’Arcy has said

NPA applies to High Court for Judicial Review

The NPA has applied for a Judicial Review of the DH decision to cut community pharmacy funding in England

NPA plans to withdraw from Pharmacy Voice

The NPA is to stop funding Pharmacy Voice beyond the end of 2017, chairman Ian Strachan has announced

New HMRC e-learning on paying the minimum wage

HM Revenue and Customs has launched a new e-learning guide to help employers navigate their minimum wage responsibilities

National data shows women paid less in pharmacy

Women working in the pharmacy sector are paid up to 6.5 per cent less than men, suggests ONS data

Consultation launches on technician training

The GPhC has launched a consultation on draft initial education and training (IET) standards for pharmacy technicians

SCR being used by half of pharmacies in England

Half of community pharmacies in England are now using the Summary Care Record, says NHS Digital

PHE seeks commitment to smokefree NHS

Public Health England chief exec Duncan Selbie has written to trust leaders seeking their commitment to measures that can help bring about a tobacco-free NHS

MHRA’s festive facts about fake medicines

A novel online advent calendar reveals a fact about counterfeit medicines each day until Christmas

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