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HEE announces 327 funded places on pharmacist prescribing courses

HEE announces new funded places on IP courses for pharmacists this year.

Independents provided many more Covid vaccines than large multiples

Eighty-five per cent of 610 pharmacy sites that administered jabs between January and September 2021 were independents.

'A really interesting job': A life in pharmacy

Wicker Pharmacy's Martin Bennett talks to PNN about how pharmacy is changing.

We sold over £20m of pharmacy businesses in 2021, claims broker

Christie and Co associate director Jon Booth said “appetite from buyers" is "continuing to improve".

Boots urged to clarify if pharmacists can work elsewhere as it cuts hours

Some pharmacists are to have their hours cut by more than 10 per cent, the PDA claims.

Pharmacist antibiotic prescribing rose when testing rules were dropped

Prescribing rates more than doubled in Welsh STTT service when testing requirements were dropped.

Keep wearing masks in pharmacies, patients urged as Plan B dropped

The UKHSA guidance on masks in healthcare settings will continue to apply.

NHS survey paints complex picture of pharmacist vacancies

Vacancies have doubled, but the number of FTE pharmacists per pharmacy has also risen.

Boots to cut 'supplementary' trading hours across a number of stores

Boots confirms plans to cut back on hours outside contractual obligations with NHS in some stores.

Boots commits to maintaining palliative drug supplies at 2,000 stores

Boots partners with Macmillan on scheme aimed at improving access to end-of-life drugs.

ASDA owners reportedly considering Boots takeover

Asda's owners may make a bid for the multiple, it emerged this weekend.

Scotland announces pharmacy service fee for Covid antiviral supply

Pharmacies engaged by health boards to supply molnupiravir will receive 45 service fee.

Cornwall walk-in service could boost disappointing CPCS referrals

The time-limited service is modelled on the CPCS but does not require GP referrals.

Boots parent confirms 'strategic review' as divestment rumours grow

Bain Capital reportedly teaming up with CVC on bid as WBA makes statement on plans for the multiple.

CMA disqualifies former Lexon director over illegal information sharing

Watchdog disqualifies Pritesh Sonpal from taking up a director's role in Britain for four years.

Omicron wave: 9 in 10 pharmacies struggling with staff absences

Exclusive: 87% of pharmacies have suffered staff absences in recent weeks, a survey indicates.

David Webb to replace Ridge as England's chief pharmacist

Webb will take up his post in February as Keith Ridge retires after 16 years as CPhO.

CPCS a 'complex mess' and needs reform, says leading GP

Exclusive: Richard Vautrey says the CPCS is complicating patient referrals from practices to pharmacies.

'Unfair' to make pharmacies 'ration' lateral flow tests say bodies

NPA and CCA call for calm from public as lateral flow test shortages continue to bite.

Boots pharmacy sales rise 8.8pc amid 'stronger demand' for services

The three months to November 30 saw Boots pharmacy sales rise by 8.8 per cent compared to the previous year.
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