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ASDA pharmacist makes 'life-saving' intervention in colleague's heart attack

Gloucestershire pharmacist Leo Duah-Gyawu was concerned by his colleague's chest pain.

RPS calls for action on women's health inequalities

Action is needed to reduce the inequalities faced by women when accessing health services, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has said. 

Pharmacist to run London marathon for charity

Pharmacist Mohammed Hussain will run the London marathon to raise money for Pharmacist Support.

Claire Anderson elected new president of the RPS

Claire Anderson was today (July 13) elected president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, replacing Sandra Gidley who stands down after two years.

PSNC: Use 'best judgement' in claiming Covid costs

PSNC chief Simon Dukes has urged contractors to "use their best judgement" when putting together their Covid costs evidence.   

GPhC begins search for new chair

Current chair Nigel Clarke said the new appointee "will have the opportunity to help shape the future of pharmacy".  

RPS calls for dialogue between pharmacists & GPs

Thorrun Govind said a meeting was important for the different health professions “to understand each other’s perspectives".

RPS: Extend protected learning pilot across UK

The RPS says a pilot on protected learning time in pharmacy in Wales should be carried out in England and Scotland.

Pharmacy technicians celebrate 10 years as registered profession

GPhC and chief pharmaceutical officers acknowledge vital role technicians play in pharmacy teams

RPS chief slams Guido Fawkes over MP drugs article

RPS chief executive Paul Bennett has launched a scathing attack on the political website Guido Fawkes.

Joint national board meeting examined independent prescribing

A joint meeting this month between the national boards examined how independent prescribing in pharmacy can be developed.

High court quashes GPhC decision in antisemitism case

The high court has ordered the GPhC to reopen a fitness to practise case involving allegations of antisemitism

Charity highlights mental health of trainee pharmacists

Pharmacist Support’s ACTNow campaign is this week looking at the wellbeing of trainee pharmacists.

Thorrun Govind appointed EPB chair after RPS election

Community pharmacist Govind says she will use her media experience to connect with both RPS members and nonmembers.

Huge backlash to coverage of pharmacist MP

A satirical tweet and article by right wing political website Guido Fawkes described pharmacist MP Taiwo Owatemi as “selling drugs”.

Wales pushes forward with protected development time

Wales is piloting three models of protected learning time for community pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. 

Urgent recall on 4,400 Co-codamol tablets

MHRA is urgently recalling packs of Co-codamol effervescent tablets amid concerns they may contain too much or too little of the active ingredients.  

Pharmacists recognised in Queen's birthday honours

Scotland's last CPhO awarded an OBE, while manager of Donnington Pharmacy gets BEM in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. 

Seven RPS Scotland members named Fellows

Seven Royal Pharmaceutical Society Scotland members have been awarded fellowships.

RPS launches inclusion and wellbeing pledge

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has launched a new inclusion and wellbeing pledge to promote a supportive culture among UK pharmacy teams. 

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