Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy 8/1/21

This week's podcast discusses community pharmacy's role in the Covid vaccination drive. Will the sector play a major part in the biggest immunisation programme in the history of the NHS, or not? Plus the CIG editors reveal their new year's resolutions and hopes for pharmacy in 2021.

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy: A year in review 2020

In a special edition of the Talking Pharmacy podcast, the CIG editors look back at the events of 2020 in pharmacy and select the stories and interviews that stood out for them in a dramatic and difficult year. Coronavirus dominated the news agenda but plenty of other issues also grabbed the headlines in a year that saw the very best of community pharmacy. Here's to a better, safer, less eventful 2021!

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy Christmas Special

It's the Talking Pharmacy podcast Christmas special! The CIG editors get together over minced pies and mulled wine to award Christmas cracker prizes to the Pharmacy Person of the Year, Pharmacy Organisation of the Year, Biggest Disappointment of the Year and Sentence That We Never Want To Write Again in 2021. Plus pharmacy pun-tastic Christmas carols and seasonal messages from friends of the pod – something to lift the spirits after a difficult year. Happy Christmas!

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy 10/12/20

In this week's pod: good week for award-winning Community Pharmacy Scotland, self care and Angela Merkel; bad week for pharmaceutical wholesalers, political journalists and Brexit. Also – sorry, where did you say vanilla extract came from?

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy 3/12/20

In this week's podcast: Poundland under fire over paracetamol multi-buys, good week for Matt Hancock (yes, really) and pharmacy teams in Scotland get an unexpected Christmas bonus. Also pharmacy lauded over dementia care during the pandemic, a date is finally set for the registration exam and the sector saves 35,000 GP consultations a week in Wales. Plus South African lottery numbers and our favourite newspaper Covid vaccine puns. Jabba Dabba Doo!

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - RoE 2020 Special

In this week's podcast we celebrate the nation's wonderful pharmacy support staff as the spotlight is thrown onto the Recognition of Excellence Awards, organised by Training Matters magazine. It is the only national awards scheme exclusively for community pharmacy team members that recognises and rewards their fantastic work, going above and beyond in supporting their local communities.

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy 19/11/20

In this week's podcast: Amazon eyes up the US pharmacy market, the latest on the Wright review and the demise of FMD. Also good week for Elsy Gomez Campos of the UK Black Pharmacist Association, bad week for Dominic Cummings – plus aspirin and Covid, freedom of the (pharmacy) press, the shocking NAO report and RIP Liverpool great, Ray Clemence

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy 12/11/20

This week's podcast sees the CIG editors each send a postcard from home with their take on the week's events in pharmacy. The sector's role in a national Covid vaccination programme, promised twice-weekly testing for pharmacy staff, Jo Churchill's letter, Sandra Gidley and independent prescribing training as part of the foundation year all feature. As does Spanish golfer Jon Rahm's Augusta hole-in-one. All feedback welcome!

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy 6/11/20

This week's podcast pores over all the current big issues in pharmacy including calls for EHC to be made GSL, another own goal for NHSE in its relations with the pharmacy press, good week for Mark Lyonette and Andrew Lane of the NPA, bad week for GPhC over its fitness to practise processes – plus pharmacy technicians, patient safety reporting, Covid testing (again), the US presidential election (again) and lots more.

Pharmacy Magazine: In Conversation With - Mark Lyonette

In the latest in our In Conversion With podcast series Pharmacy Magazine editor Richard Thomas talks to NPA chief executive Mark Lyonette about pharmacy's continuing fight for proper recognition and its funding struggles, both severely exacerbated by the Covid crisis.

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Talking Pharmacy 23/10/20

On this week's podcast: tribulations continue for test & trace, why the more certain someone is about Covid-19 the less you should trust them and welcome news at last over PPE for pharmacy teams. Good week Andy Burnham, bad week Purdue Pharma, continuing struggles at Boots and frustration for pharmacists before the ancient autumn ritual of Revalidation Weekend...

Pharmacy Magazine: In Conversation With - Leyla Hannbeck

The latest in our In Conversation With series features an exclusive interview with AIM chief executive Leyla Hannbeck, who talks about funding and recognition for pharmacy, pharmacy’s response to the Covid crisis, what AIM members want from the Wright review, and describes her personal vision for the organisation after just over a year in charge. Also, funding issues apart, does she detect a change of tone from NHSE as far as community pharmacy in England is concerned, something that gives her optimism for the future? Extracts of this interview first appeared in the October 1st edition of the Talking Pharmacy podcast

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast: Talking Pharmacy 9/10/20

On the podcast this week: test & trace tribulations, the brilliant pharmacy-run flu vaccination centre in Preston, good news on Priadel, bad week for Rowlands, quotas raise their ugly head again, a lively debate on the ‘conscience clause', Rishi Sunak's slipping halo, James Bond and lots more. You'll be left both shaken and stirred.

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast: Talking Pharmacy 1/10/20

This week's podcast discusses the provisionally registered pharmacists fiasco, the uplifting story of London bus driver-turned-pharmacist Israel Marfo and Pharmacy2U potentially in hot water – again – over an advertising claim. Leyla Hannbeck from AIM is in the interview hotseat plus pharmacy whistleblowers, haute cuisine in an Irish prison and bostin' sayings from the Black Country...

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast: Talking Pharmacy 17/9/20

This week's podcast picks through the bones of the first ever virtual LPC conference as the CIG editors discuss the main talking points. Also a mixed week for the flu vaccination service, Echo in hot water over an ad and foraging along the leafy lanes of Hampshire.

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast - Conference special 15/09/2020

Pharmacy Magazine's Richard Thomas and Rob Darracott from P3pharmacy look ahead to tomorrow's first ever virtual LPC conference and discuss possible talking points such as the latest state of play with funding negotiations and what's next for the Wright Review.

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast: Talking Pharmacy 11/9/20

This week's podcast includes reaction to the Simon Dukes interview plus some lively discussion about our exclusive survey on the impact of virtual GP consultations on pharmacy with some alarming findings. Plus the EY report – is this the end of pharmacy? – GPs letting the side down (again) over flu jabs and Wolves' shocking third strip.

Pharmacy Magazine: In Conversation With - Simon Dukes, PSNC

An exclusive interview with PSNC's Simon Dukes talking about pharmacy's funding crisis, the latest state of play with negotiations and why contractors should stop offering services for free.

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast: Talking Pharmacy 28/8/20

Featuring PSNC's Simon Dukes talking about pharmacy's funding crisis, the latest state of play with negotiations and why contractors should stop offering services for free. The full interview will appear next week as part of our "In Conversation With..." podcast series. Also on the pod: GPs in the money, why we'll miss this year's Pharmacy Show, the continent of Africa and Rob's ironing

Pharmacy Magazine Podcast: Talking Pharmacy 20/8/20

This week's podcast includes extracts from Monday's live Pharmacy Magazine/P3pharmacy webcast on the Wright Review: What Next for LPCs? Plus a fond farewell to one of pharmacy's good guys and why the Government is currently resembling a ship of fools...

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