The covid-19 vaccination programme in Scotland is to be led by health boards, rather than GPs, in a departure from the approach being taken in England.
The priority groups who will be top of the list for the first covid-19 vaccines in Scotland at the start of December.
Doctors and patients met virtually for the 500,000th time this week using new video consulting technology that has been supercharged by the pandemic.
A nationally agreed two-way pathway between community pharmacies and optometrists programme has been announced.
GPs in Scotland have rejected suggestions from MSPs that they have had little to do during the pandemic, claiming they are busier than ever.
Data from a clinical trial of a two-dose covid-19 vaccine could be presented to US and European regulators as soon as next week.
A virtual ceremony has taken place to mark the start of work to build the UK’s Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre in Renfrewshire.
The RPS in Scotland has published a new policy on improving pharmaceutical care for people living with mental health conditions.
At least 78 older people were discharged from NHS hospitals to Scottish care homes after testing positive for covid-19 in the early months of the pandemic.
Public Health Scotland (PHS) has published a report on discharges from NHS hospitals to care homes in Scotland.