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Further LloydsPharmacy closures appear likely

Parent company McKesson is looking to “accelerate” its UK restructuring programme, with “further closures of retail pharmacy stores” anticipated

New business skills training from Bayer

A new business skills training module for pharmacists is inspired by the finding that small and independent pharmacies are not making best use of technology

Bayer expands business training

Bayer’s Business Fit for the Future programme launches its second module on how to make the most of technology.

Dentists issue warning about charcoal toothpastes

May increase the risk of abrasions, do not whiten teeth and may contribute to tooth decay, says new review

Business confidence up, but still negative

Pharmacists confidence rating in the 2019 Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking Healthcare Confidence Index is up six points from last year, to minus 17

Pharmacist cleared by jury over laxative incident

A Boots pharmacist who put lactulose in a pre-registration trainee’s water bottle and has lost his job since the incident has been cleared of acting maliciously

Interview: Neil Lister

Self care is a work-in-progress but for the PAGB, the challenge is to remain relevant as it reaches its 100th year.

Naproxen April concessions projected to cost NHS £1.1m

Naproxen 250mg tablets account for the largest projected overspend (projected additional cost of £713,599 in April on top of tariff cost of £478,904)

The future is services, says PSNC in new video

The changing NHS landscape presents opportunities for community pharmacy but the sector will need to adapt, PSNC has said in a new video animation

Future of pharmacy

PSNC has launched a video animation explaining how community pharmacies will fit into the NHS in the future.

Exclusive: Vaccination claims ‘to follow US growth trends’

The PDA said it expects civil claims against pharmacists over immunisations to follow a “very similar” growth trend to the US

Update: Parr joins NPA/CIG conference

Scottish Government chief pharmacist added to programme for NPA/CIG Conference in June

Negative impact of Brexit on patients now - Dierks

Business focused on legals rather than innovation, German life sciences expert warns

Scotland’s CPO to address NPA/PM conference

Scotland’s chief pharmacist, Rose Marie Parr, will be a panellist at the June conference organised jointly by the NPA and Pharmacy Magazine

Little change in gender pay gap at the multiples

The gender pay gap across the major UK pharmacy multiples does not appear to have shifted significantly, according to the latest company reports

Brexit delay impacts FMD implementation

As the Brexit process drags on, we asked a couple of FMD solution suppliers for an update on where things stand

DHSC grants record concessions amid shortages

March 2019 saw the Department of Health and Social Care grant a record amount of medicine price concessions

“Challenging” talks ahead as 2019-20 negotiations start

Urgent care referrals, medicines safety and “challenging discussions on funding and reimbursement” are all expected to be on the agenda

Winning in Port Talbot

The Port Talbot branch of LloydsPharmacy was named Pharmacy of the Year at the company’s annual awards event.

Last chance to enter RoE 2019!

It is your last to chance to enter the Recognition of Excellence Awards 2019! Entry deadline extended to 14 April.

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