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Brine makes positive noises about care-based contract

Pharmacy minister writes to APPG in support of a services contract but PSNC still waiting for green light on negotiations

Sigma conference: Sharpe calls for care-based contract

Outgoing chief executive Sue Sharpe has repeated PSNC’s wish for a new care-based contractual framework for pharmacy

PSNC on the case for community pharmacy

PSNC made the case for pharmacy at the recent political conferences, followed by a Pharmacy Show speech from Sue Sharpe that warned of tough times ahead

Brine’s comments an encouraging sign, says PSNC

The pharmacy minister's comments on the sector are an encouraging sign of a shift in approach, PSNC chief executive Sue Sharpe has said

Next four months will be "very difficult" warns Sharpe

Sue Sharpe says funding for contractors over the coming months will be “very, very difficult” before improving slightly

PSNC seeks judicial review to challenge pharmacy cuts

PSNC is seeking a judicial review of the decision to implement cuts to community pharmacy funding in England

LPC conference: Minister rebuffed as PSNC hits back

PSNC's Sue Sharpe comes out fighting at the LPC conference, as the minister receives a frosty reception

Financial blow dealt to community pharmacy

A letter from chief pharmaceutical officer Keith Ridge to PSNC detailed cuts to pharmacy funding of 6% to £2.63bn

Sue Sharpe's thoughts on the new pharmacy settlement

’When asked about pharmacy, Hunt always says ‘yes, pharmacists can do more’, but he never truly gets behind pharmacy’

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Managing overheads: The devil in the detail

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