A GPhC survey is seeking views of pharmacists and technicians on their roles, responsibilities and job satisfaction.
Olutayo Arikawe and Ade Williams have been nominated by MPs for parliamentary awards.
Amendments to the National Health Service (Pharmaceutical and Local Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2013 have been laid before Parliament
Pharmacy minister Seema Kennedy said she is “alert” to the difficulties facing community pharmacy contractors.
Regulators join forces to promote benefits of reflective practice to patients and the public.
The RPS is out of touch with the needs of community pharmacy and needs to fight harder for the profession to keep its members, a survey suggests
The clinical pharmacist role's expansion in PCNs could leave “a big hole” in community pharmacy, Mark Lyonette warns.
The GPhC reported a deficit of £941,000 in the year ending March 2019.
Less than 1% of the first revalidation submissions resulted in removal from the GPhC's registers.
Mr Lyonette warned of “uncontrolled and unpredictable” pharmacy closures if funding continuously fails to cover increasing costs and workload
Community pharmacists are to be ‘upskilled’ to handle more patients who might otherwise visit GP surgeries or A&E departments, NHS England has revealed
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) decided not to add pharmacists to a list of occupations eligible for relaxed rules around hiring non-EU workers
PSNC and the BMA have published a guide for GPs on how community pharmacy works, with the aim of facilitating collaborative work between the sectors
Plans to have a pharmacist independent prescriber (PIP) employed in every community pharmacy in Wales by 2030 have been announced
A panel recommended that “the group developing the proposal should be expanded to include professionals from a wider range of pharmacy sectors"
Vaughan Gething has today announced a £100,000 funding package to provide 50 pharmacists with specialist minor ailments training
A heated debate about fees and a major consultation on pharmacist education have grabbed the headlines in a busy period for pharmacy’s regulator. Interview by Richard Thomas
The results from the RPS national pharmacy board elections have been announced with six successful candidates filling the EPB places
The Good Law Project, a non-profit organisation that sought to obstruct the protocols, conceded defeat after its appeal was refused on Friday May 10
As it faces an increase in demand for its services, sector charity Pharmacist Support is seeking input from pharmacists to help shape its new strategy