The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is calling for all community pharmacists to be allowed to make changes to prescriptions
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The PSNI has announced that the Health Minister, Mr Robin Swann MLA, has appointed Mrs Laura Hughes as the organisation’s new Registrar.
The letter relates specifically to a number of areas in relation to the continuity of the supply of medicines and medical products to the UK.
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visited Boots on Piccadilly Circus to hear about Boots Safe Spaces initiative
The PDA has announced that they have launched a new education hub week with a programme of support for provisionally registered pharmacists.
A new research project to understand the role that pharmacy can play in supporting the public health agenda during pandemics launched at Aston University.
Matt Hancock wants NHS healthcare consultations to be teleconsultations unless there’s a compelling clinical reason to make an in-person appointment.
Public Health England (PHE) can confirm the diagnosis of a case of babesiosis and a probable case of tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) in England.
The GPhC has reconvened a working group, to inform the final set of revised standards for the initial education and training of pharmacists.
In response to the news that the GPhC has advised against the use of rapid antibody tests the following organisations provided comment to PIP on the topic.