Three organisations have been found by the ASA to have broken advertising rules by advertising the prescription-only medicine Saxenda to the general public.
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The annual pay negotiations between Boots and the Pharmacist Defence Association (PDA) have been referred to ACAS.
The withdrawal of Priadel would mean that thousands of patients need to switch to alternative, more expensive, lithium treatments, such as Camcolit.
The Pharmacist Defence Association (PDA) has commented on the on-going delayed pre-registration examination situation.
The coroner concluded that her death was most likely due to a combination of the high levels of amisulpride in her body and also coronary artery disease.
The RPS has expressed ‘disappointment’ that a definitive date has not yet been set for the delayed pre-registration exam this year.
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has launched a new strategy on genomics.
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has communicated limited details about the date for this year’s registration exam.
Solutions offered by the pharmacy profession to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) are to be advanced by a commission.
The One FIP Data and Intelligence Commission was launched during FIP Virtual 2020.