Access to care and staffing issues pose challenges across all care settings, the Care Quality Commission has said.
Obesity is costing each UK citizen an additional £409 a year in taxes and cutting their life expectancy by 2.7 years, according to an OECD report.
The NPA says Ask Your Pharmacist Week will remind the public about the community pharmacist consultation service.
The facility will help students enact the types of patient interaction they are likely to face as qualified pharmacists.
The DHSC has ordered 400,000 extra doses of the adult flu vaccine for the 2019-20 flu season, it was announced yesterday.
"A number of pharmacies" are making incorrectly endorsed claims for medicines dispensed through the shortage protocols.
LloydsPharmacy and London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust are running mobile gastroenterology units.
More than 130,000 breast cancer deaths in the UK have been avoided in the last 30 years, according to a new Cancer Research UK analysis.
The RPS calls on the government to ensure all pharmacists have access to NHS-funded mental health support services.
Four types of prescription-only Zantac have been recalled by the MHRA as a precautionary measure.
Pharmacies can expect an announcement on national roll-out of EPS 4 “in the not too distant future”, NHS Digital said.
The deputy chief pharmaceutical officer was put on the spot at the Pharmacy Show.
Community pharmacy teams must embrace their role as health educators to help tackle AMR, a PHE clinical fellow said.
The question of whether the new settlement is a good deal or a bad one is “irrelevant,” the panel said.
Community pharmacists must resist the urge to compete with one another and collaborate, the Pharmacy Show heard.
Guidance to help LPCS and pharmacy contractors engage with primary care networks is being issued today.
BAME women can expect to earn 16 per cent less than males, the Pharmacy Show heard.
NHSE wants as many contractors as possible signed up to the service by October 29.
“It is to us as a sector” to discuss issues like consolidation and the Pharmacy Access Scheme, he argued.
Labour MP Holly Lynch urged the pharmacy minister to “get a grip” on the problem of medicine shortages in a parliamentary debate this week.