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FIP: Global co-operation needed to regulate online pharmacies

The General Pharmaceutical Council said it was not aware of the report but will 'follow up' on it.

RPS: Nine out of 10 pharmacists at high risk of burnout

Nine out of 10 are at high risk of burnout and one in three have considered leaving the profession.

Scottish contractors to be paid lower base rate for Pharmacy First

Base rate to drop by a fifth in January as activity funding pool set to increase.

Poor adherence in RA patients linked to lack of involvement in treatment

A survey links poor adherence among RA patients to a lack of involvement in treatment choices.

Alliance Healthcare appoints new managing director

Marie Evans replaces Julian Mount as MD of the wholesaler.

Boots pharmacists have until midnight to vote on 3.9pc pay increase

The company has made its final offer to Boots pharmacists in the 2021 pay proposal.

Time to green up

We’re going to be hearing a lot about sustainability. It was news to me how advanced some businesses in the supply chain are in their thinking; perhaps it shouldn’t have been.

New self-test for post-vaccination Covid antibodies launches

Test measures whether a vaccinated individual has developed antibodies above a specified threshold.

SNP member tables parliamentary motion to discuss IPA winner in Scotland

John-Paul Mackie won the Independent Pharmacist of the Year Award at the Independent Pharmacy Awards.

GPhC to 'look into' automation patient safety concerns

The regulator will examine innovations including automated clinical checks and will take action where needed.

GPhC may charge online pharmacies higher registration fees

Online providers are vastly overrepresented in GPhC fitness to practise cases.

NHS board warns Lloyds it faces disqualification over 'inadequate' service

NHS Tayside warns multiple that repeated closures could have serious consequences.

Automation poses 'increased risk' to patients, PDA warns GPhC

PDA chair warns regulator that pharmacists are concerned new technologies could threaten safety.

Boots parent 'to explore' selling company to new owner

City sources say WBA is lining up options for the future of Boots UK.

Opioid use has fallen in County Durham and Sunderland, campaigners claim

Painkillers Don't Exist said the number of high-strength opioids prescribed has gone down.

Broken reputations

Trust and reputation are everything, so when employees bring shame on a business, there’s a need to protect it, but you have to be fair when investigating too 

Covid winding up restrictions eased

To protect their commercial interests, businesses should be alive to changes as insolvency legislation continues to evolve, say Solicitors Melania Constable and Georgina O’Sullivan 

Reassess product mix for ‘new normal’ footfall

Has Covid-19 changed the product mix in pharmacy? Ruth Giles, brand manager for Care at Thornton & Ross, shares her thoughts

This time for original pack dispensing?

Original pack dispensing has been rumbling around the Department of Health for decades; now the Government has finally opened a consultation

NHS BSA launches tool to tackle prednisolone overprescription

BSA develops a new metric to help tackle the over-prescription of prednisolone in England.

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