Services Development

Flu jab clawbacks suggest a new approach for PQS is required

A flu vaccination target wrinkle in the Pharmacy Quality Scheme suggests future schemes should be fairer

Sore throat: the case for self care

Misunderstood by one in five, sore throats are a prime case for pharmacy-supported self care

It's time to quit

As ‘Smokefree 2030’ approaches, more smokers are being encouraged to quit, but will it be enough? We look at the new measures and what they mean for community pharmacy.

Getting on board the ICS train

Integrated care systems are coming; community pharmacy in Somerset has been getting ready

Delivering the win-win-win

Provider companies could prove to be vital elements of the pharmacy landscape as population-based services commissioned by integrated care systems and public health expand. Rob Darracott asked the team at Central Health for tips on navigating a way into local commissioning

Time for an upgrade?

The Pharmacy Show is a great place to check out the latest technology innovations

Is the CPCS delivering? Or is it too soon to tell?

Health economist Leela Barham unpicks the value proposition of the CPCS

Pharmacy-run vaccine site numbers grow

Pharmacy-run Covid vaccine services top 300 instore and offsite locations

More bright business ideas

Tech boffins and creative minds continue to devise and develop ingenious solutions to benefit pharmacy businesses. We round up the latest…

Raising the profile of cancer prevention

Community pharmacist Jackie Lewis’s mission to raise the profile of cancer prevention, treatment and care has now spawned two key resources for the sector. 

Time for a new metric?

Final data for 2020 prescription volumes are in: here's the detail

Road to better needle work

As more pharmacists consider adding aesthetics to their services, Professor Ash Mosahebi says there's a need for rigour when offering cosmetic treatments

CPCS: the story so far

Concerned about reports that some general practice teams in England are bypassing the CPCS by referring patients to pharmacies ‘informally’.

Access all areas

More players are joining the remote consultation space as the roll-out of appointments that give patients virtual access to pharmacists speeds up.

Time to grasp the digital nettle

There are better ways of providing healthcare, says Dr Noel O'Kelly, and it all hinges on digital inclusion.

NMS in decline; mixed picture on prescription numbers

Are patients failing to present at surgeries behind a fall in completions of NMS?

The pharmacist will see you now

GP surgeries began referring into the CPCS on 1 November, but what happens next?

Offsite flu jab centre delivers capacity for Preston pharmacy

Success for design and build pharmacy-run centre at local rugby club 

Machine learnings

In the last in our series on automation, we look at the obvious wins and unexpected surprises that come from adding robots to the pharmacy team. 

A healthy start

Mums and mums-to-be need pharmacy reassurance now more than ever

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