Pharmacy Magazine

14 May 2014




  1. Revalidation for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians will start on March 30, 2018, the GPhC has announced

  2. The PDA has launched a Safer Pharmacies Charter with the aim of improving patient safety through better working conditions

  3. Pharmacy bodies have welcomed the legislation to introduce a new defence for inadvertent dispensing errors

  4. PSNC has received a list of proposed concession prices for 52 of the 67 outstanding requests for November

  5. The NHS Choices website will shortly be testing an improved ‘find a pharmacy’ service

  6. The importance of innovation in pharmacy practice is being explored today as the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in Wales hosts its annual Medicines Safety Conference.

  7. Pharmacists have proved their worth when it comes to controlling hypertension and detecting atrial fibrillation, as well as concerns about trial results that aren’t published and the role of predatory publishers.

  8. An Australian study shows that community pharmacists can screen, assess risk and refer people with depression appropriately. Can't pharmacists in the UK would do the same?

  9. A pharmacy operation manager at Fitzwilliam Pharmacy in Cambridge explains why he has opened a virtual GP surgery in his consulting room

  10. As more and more pharmacies achieve their HLP accreditation through self-declaration, is it important they build on the concept and don’t just see it as an end in itself?