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Running Your Business

Planning for Growth: the outcomes

Last year we invited a panel of independent pharmacy owners to take part in a structured business development programme. Almost 12 months later, we look at how the two who stuck with the programme have got on.

Self care: a future beyond OTC medicines?

‘Self care equals no care’ has been relegated to healthcare history; community pharmacy should be at the forefront of the emerging self care revolution.

Audit for everyday pharmacy practice

Time for a refresher on the key principles of clinical governance, and a look at how you can build on the periodic investment in audit to make the principles part of everyday practice in your pharmacy.

What happens next? Scenario planning

People say change is constant, but we’ve also seen over the past few weeks how quickly things can change dramatically when they have to.

A risky business

The #Metoo campaign  has seen a real shift in what is deemed acceptable in the workplace, as well as in society at large.

Keeping on top of statutory compliance

Solicitor Aidan Welton looks at the legislation that must be complied with in relation to the use and occupation of a pharmacy property.

Defending from the front

The PDA chairman recalls the seminal moments and strategic perspectives that have guided his principled approach to championing the professional first, second and last

SMEs encouraged to invest in innovation

Tax preparation specialist David Redfern reviews HMRC's Advance Assurance R&D tax relief scheme for small and medium sized companies

The Good Work Plan: the 'must knows'

Lawyer Andrew Rayment unpicks the "biggest package of workplace reforms for over 20 years"

Numbers crunched for 2019

IQVIA's Carol Alexandre crunched the numbers from 2019 on pharmacies, distributors, generics and DSPs at this year's Sigma Conference 

Dropshipping tech can revolutionise retail

Dropshipping model presents a short cut to online for traditional bricks and mortar retailers, says Avasam's Tejas Dave

Print smart to capitalise on digital

Since the arrival of EPS, printing has become a key area for those looking for efficiencies.

No respite in challenges for the generics sector

Medicines supply is never out of the news. What do those in the generics sector see as the prospects for 2020?

Tax changes to look out for in 2020

An expert's take on the tax changes to look out for in 2020... will they affect you?

It can pay to be uniform

The provision of a uniform carries a cost which, if HMRC's rules are followed, can be offset against tax, says Helen Thornley

Caution! A red flag CPCS warning

Solicitor Noel Wardle says pharmacists should be aware of the risks of misdiagnosis or missing a 'red flag' when providing the CPCS

Renovations: can I just go ahead?

Your pharmacy needs work, but you lease the building. Solicitor Michelle Noble explains why you can’t simply phone a builder.

Will power necessary

Owners who die without leaving a will leave their families at the mercy of the UK's intestacy rules

Seven deadly (retail) sins

Real World Analytics' John Hogan finds plenty of opportunities for improvement on pharmacy shelves

Pharmacy responds to green agenda

It pays to keep your environmental credentials in order, and many customers expect it

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