empty

Business

Superdrug introduces quiet hour on Sundays in its stores

Throughout December, customers with additional needs will be made to feel comfortable shopping.

Multiples 'installing panic buttons' to cope with patient abuse

Multiples hiring more security personnel and installing CCTV cameras, says CCA.

Alliance Healthcare to become carbon zero by 2030

Alliance Healthcare has announced plans to make its operations net carbon zero by the close of the decade.

Pharmacy bodies warn of 'critical' shortage of community pharmacists

PSNC, NPA, CCA and AIM warn patientsí access to health services is at risk.

Campaigners urge Boots to keep lower EHC prices after Black Friday

BPAS calls on Boots not to raise prices back to pre-sale levels after Black Friday deal.

Workforce is top issue for contractors, say LPC chiefs

LPC chiefs cite workforce issues as by far the biggest difficulty for contractors at present.

Pharmacists urged to respond to drug shortages survey

Pharmacists have one day left to respond to a study on the impact of medicines shortages on pharmacies.

MPs get taste of innovation at new Rowlands branch

Gordon MP Richard Thomson and Gillian Martin, the MSP for Aberdeenshire East, visited the pharmacy.

CPCS worth less than £750 per year to the average pharmacy

Exclusive: The average pharmacy in England made less than £1,500 in the first two years of providing the consultation service. 

Boots working with regulators to address opioid misuse

Exclusive: Boots working with "external" regulator and professional bodies to tackle opioid misuse.

Walgreens, CVS and Walmart helped fuel opioid epidemic, jury finds

Over 60 million and 80 million prescriptions for painkillers were dispensed in Lake and Trumbull respectively between 2012 and 2016.

Rowlands staff repay part of Covid bonus due to company 'error'

Staff in Wales must pay back over £100 after "administrative error" led to "overpayment".

Well teams up with Antibiotic Research UK on AMR awareness

Well Pharmacy teams will be handing out leaflets on antimicrobial resistance next week.

Lloyds blames four-day branch closure on 'severe pharmacist shortage'

Lloyds says it cannot solve workforce issue on its own and calls on all pharmacy operators to work together.

Acas talks over Boots pay dispute set for next week

The PDA said pharmacists could launch industrial action if Acas talks fail to bring any resolution.

Technical changes to Drug Tariff in England to go ahead

Eight changes to Tariff on margin and reimbursement to be discussed with PSNC following 2019 consultation

Thornton & Ross recycles office furniture in local sustainability partnership

Thornton & Ross is collaborating with Third Sector Leaders and Kirklees Council.

Government may face legal action over Javid's Covid vaccine remarks

Valneva said it had not ruled out "legal recourse" for loss of earnings and damages.

NHSE: Pharmaceutical supply chain a priority for decarbonisation

Pharmaceuticals account for a significant part of the NHS carbon footprint, the HDA conference hears.

Government not helping wholesalers with labour shortages, warns HDA

Exclusive: Sawer voices concern about the ďlong-term structure of supply in the next 12 months".

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 ... 38 Next


This website is for healthcare professionals, people who work in pharmacy and pharmacy students. By clicking into any content, you confirm this describes you and that you agree to Pharmacy Network News's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

We use essential, performance, functional and advertising cookies to give you a better web experience. Find out how to manage these cookies here. We also use Interest Based Advertising Cookies to display relevant advertisements on this and other websites based on your viewing behaviour. By clicking "Accept" you agree to the use of these Cookies and our Cookie Policy.