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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 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. 

New agreement with manufacturers will help hundreds of thousands more patients access DOACs.

NHSE: Pharmaceutical supply chain a priority for decarbonisation

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

NHS to fund community pharmacy integration leads

Pharmacy Integration Fund to finance integration leads for at least two years.

NHS: No plans to let patients self-refer for minor ailments

Patients "really value" the CPCS model, NHS England's Anne Joshua said.

PSNC awaits pilot on inclusion of antidepressants in NMS

PSNC says its support for depression to be added to the New Medicine Service remains unwavering

Pharmacy teams to get free flu jabs as NHS secures funding

Free jab offer extends to locums as NHS secures additional funding.

Ridge review finds 10pc of all prescribed medicines unnecessary

CPhO calls for more openness and greater use of social prescribing to prevent medicines harm.

Pharmacy hypertension service 'can save 2,000 lives in 5 years'

NHSE&I said pharmacies can prevent 3,700 strokes and 2,500 heart attacks.

NHS rejects calls to increase pharmacy flu jab payments

PSNC is "disappointed" that NHS England has refused its demands for a fee increase.

Keith Ridge to retire as chief pharmacist after 16 years

NHS England recruits for a new CPhO as Ridge retirement announced for February.

Amanda Pritchard confirmed as next head of NHS England

Viewed as the continuity candidate, Pritchard will be the first woman to head up NHS England.

GPs accused of using scare tactics to boost flu jab numbers

Concerns raised around the impact GP tactics could have on other local providers.

NHS to delegate all pharmacy commissioning by 2023

Pharmacy commissioning to be completely delegated to ICBs by April 2023.

NHSE: Pharmacy must speak 'as one' to gain power

Community pharmacies need to speak 'as one' to gain greater influence within primary care, a senior NHS England official has said. 

'Low capacity' pharmacies can give Covid booster jabs

NHS England invites applications from "low capacity" pharmacies capable of vaccinating 100 patients per week in the upcoming booster drive.

The funding will go towards supporting children and young adults who have been affected by the Covid pandemic.

GP CPCS referrals rolled out across North West by autumn

GP CPCS referrals will be rolled out to 30 per cent of primary care networks in the North West of England by autumn this year.

Record number of urgent cancer check referrals in March

Over 230,000 people with suspected cancer were seen as the NHS began to recover after a winter surge in Covid cases.

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