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PDA to launch clinic pharmacy model trial and campaign in Dudley

The PDA has announced that it is to test a new outcomes-focused clinic pharmacy model in Dudley later this year.

NAO to investigate healthcare penalty charges

The National Audit Office is to investigate penalty charge notices in healthcare

Interview: Simon Dukes

As the reforms to general practice start, the next year is critical for community pharmacy, says Simon Dukes.

APTUK leadership change

Liz Fidler and Ellen Williams have been appointed as president and vice president of APTUK, with the official handover taking place on 9 February.

FMD deadline: “Progress” towards compliance sufficient

Pharmacists are advised that despite early glitches most medicine packs with FMD safety features may be dispensed

APTUK president and vice president announced

Liz Fidler and Ellen Williams will take up the posts of president and vice president respectively, APTUK's board of directors has announced.

Cuts continue to impact LloydsPharmacy’s performance in Q3

Market growth in the European division as a whole was “partially offset” by poor UK performance

GPs get five year deal as pharmacy waits

Pharmacy responds to the five year GP contract deal and further recruitment of pharmacists into general practice  

Pharmacies “must work towards” FMD by February 9

Regulators are expected to be “pragmatic” about enforcement, according to the FMD Working Group 

Celebrations in Suffolk

Suffolk’s community pharmacy teams were recognised for the outstanding support they provide to their local communities in an Awards ceremony held in Ipswich on 23 January  

Pharmacies get creative to combat pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic Cancer Action’s inaugural Turn it Purple Pharmacy of the Year Award saw a flurry of activity

Claims Boots-Microsoft deal will reduce health sector pressures

A new seven-year deal signed will see the two companies launch a number of joint enterprises

Falsified Medicines Directive – is your pharmacy ready?

The long-awaited supply chain legislation comes into force this month but are pharmacists ready for it?

Interview: Dr Jagan John

Pharmacies need to do more to survive in an integrated care system, says Dr Jagan John.

And the winner is…

From purple hair and bake sales to local radio broadcasts and VIP visits, Pancreatic Cancer Action’s inaugural Turn it Purple! Pharmacy of the Year Award saw it all. But who came out on top?

It's time to nominate for the RoE Awards 2019!

Do you have a member of your support team you want to put forward for outstanding work? Then nominate now

RoE Awards: It's time to enter!

Training Matters’ annual hunt for exceptional pharmacy support staff is officially underway as the Recognition of Excellence Awards opens for entries.

Boots union ballot approaches

Both the PDAU and Boots have been lobbying the 7,000-strong bargaining unit in the run up to the postal vote

Scottish pharmacies to provide jabs

Scottish Government commits to changing rules to allow community pharmacy to provide NHS vaccinations.

Boots seeks to crack digital healthcare with acquisition

Boots has acquired a digital health company in a move that will link customers to their GP records

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