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Is the GPhC consultation preaching to the choir?

Is the GPhC consultation on responsibilities for patient safety an insult to non-pharmacistmanagers, or simply an extra layer of protection for everyone?

Responsibilities of managers and leaders in safe pharmacy practice

The responsibility of employers in guiding pharmacy staff, including unregistered pharmacy managers, is being examined in a GPhC consultation

Understanding risk in pharmacy

Understanding the risks you potentially face in a pharmacy

Are pharmacies having problems recruiting?

Why do so many pharmacies have problems recruiting and retaining staff with the right skills?

Act now to lead change

How do you prepare for the process of change?

An efficient pharmacy team

Warman-Freed Pharmacy reveals how it takes time and effort to realise the optimally efficient pharmacy environment

Supporting staff to take on more

The manager of a business must know when to delegate power to their employees.

Leading for the NHS

Today’s leaders in healthcare have to be able to inspire their teams to give their best – it’s all about hearts and minds.   

What are the new workplace pension rules?

Businesses are adapting to new workplace pensions laws that introduce automatic enrolment into compulsory pension provision. For many smaller pharmacies, this will be their first experience of pension schemes, which can seem complicated and expensive. What are the obligations now faced by employers and what are the options involved in complying with them?  

New law for families – employers beware

Flexible working arrangements, shared parental leave and fathers’ rights to attend antenatal appointments all have the potential to change working arrangements  

Making pharmacy safer

Community pharmacy can be exposed to violence. What can you do to reduce the risk to the team? 

Is a second pharmacist a viable possibility?

P3 asks pharmacists does having more than one pharmacist working at any one time make sense or not?

Is it good to talk? Whistleblowing

Pharmacists and technicians have a professional obligation to blow the whistle if they are aware of wrongdoing.

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Scotland contractors get 3.6 per cent funding boost

The global sum for pharmacy contractors in Scotland will increase by £2.6 million for 2018/19 to £180.96 mil...

CCA launches valproate audit for pharmacy teams

The trade body represents large pharmacy multiples but encourages all community pharmacies to participate due to the ser...

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Managing overheads: The devil in the detail

Have you checked your bank statement lately? Making small changes can add up to big savings on everyday bills, suggests ...

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Dispensing error protection comes into force

After a lengthy campaign, a legal measure protecting UK community pharmacists from criminal prosecution for inadvertent ...

GSK restructures support for community pharmacy

Pharmacy should expect more face-to-face visits from GSK, with category advice to help grow OTC sales, the company has s...

NPA chief executive takes up post

Mark Lyonette has begun his role as the new chief executive of the National Pharmacy Association