Pharmacy can do better than some of the tactics being employed in the general election
The editor says only realists and optimists need apply
Community pharmacy face twin changes: a new five year national deal, and primary care networks at local level. Does representation need to change to reflect the reality?
After the five year agreement, the real work starts. Time to learn the lessons of the past.
The RPS president for 2019/20 is (s)elected next week. The record books suggest something different is in order
Do people with an iPhone and a cold sore deserve instant access to a GP?
Editor Rob Darracott's takeaways from his conversation with NHS England's chief pharmaceutical officer
Apprenticeships. A dastardly plot, or a different way of squaring a tricky circle? Outrage justified, or more detail needed?
PSNC has put support for LPCs at the heart of its strategy for 2019. I hope it’s not too late.
Steve Brine's resigned over Brexit. But how much of a difference does a Government minister make to pharmacy?
Associate editor Ross Ferguson reads between the lines of the NHS Long Term Plan
What happens when a population of 30,000 people gets an opportunity to reshape community health care for itself? Fleetwood GP Mark Spencer talks to P3pharmacy about award-winning Healthier Fleetwood
Here's an opportunity to get on the right side of an argument
The NHS Plan. First thoughts, and a response to the first responses
Dateline: Saturday. Location: London. Objective: Disruption. And there’s no place to hide in an Xchangeathon.
The Health Secretary suggestions for measures to ease medicine supply chain challenges in the event of no deal look like wishful thinking
The Secretary of State has a new vision. Prevention. Forgive me for feeling deja vu-ed...