Northern Irish pharmacies are to receive a payment of £1894 to conduct a review of people who receive monitored dosage systems (MDS).
The Northern Irish community pharmacy minor ailments service has restarted as of 1st September 2020.
An NHS funded medication delivery service has been announced in Northern Ireland. The new core community pharmacy service started on 1st Sept 2020.
The volunteer medicine delivery service in Northern Ireland is being stopped at the end of August.
Pharmacy-based vaccination is available in at least 36 countries and territories and has been proposed or is undergoing development in a further 16.
Northern Ireland Health Minister has hailed the community pharmacy volunteer-led medicine delivery service in Northern Ireland a success.
A community pharmacy out-of-hours palliative care service has also been introduced in NI, which will provide greater access to palliative medicines.
Warnings issued that if the delay in pharmacy pre-registration students joining the PSNI register is not reversed, then the sector will face another crisis.
PSNI has said that they will not permit any pre-reg pharmacist to join the register without first meeting the usual requirements of the registration process.
Northern Ireland Health Minister Robin Swann has welcomed the ‘excellent response’ to a new volunteer-led scheme delivering medicines to patients.