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OTC cannabidiol banned

The MHRA has decided that cannabidiol can no longer be legally sold in the UK without a medicines’ licence

Pharmacy organisations quickly respond to announcements

Pharmacy organisations have responded to PSNC's rejection of a proposed funding agreement and new pharmacy schemes announced by DH

PSNC rejects DH funding proposal

PSNC has bluntly rejected the DH's proposed funding package for 2016/17 calling the proposed cuts "reckless"

Urgent care role is first step in 'modernising pharmacy'

A new pharmacy service for urgent repeat prescriptions and minor ailments is to be trialled, the Department of Health has announced

C&D print run comes to an end after 157 years

December 17 will see the last print edition of pharmacy news weekly Chemist & Druggist

Pharmacy needs ‘inclusive’ leadership to improve education experience

Managers, lecturers and supervisors in the pharmacy profession must become “inclusive leaders”, a professor of diversity told delegates at a GPhC seminar

New home test for osteoporosis

A new osteoporosis self-screening test will soon be available to purchase from community pharmacies.

HealthWatch: State of the world's health

The Lancet has published its Global Burden of Disease study 2015, which assesses the state of the world’s health

Campaign puts spotlight on bronchiolitis

The 'More Than a Cold' campaign is attempting to reduce the burden of a common infant lung infection

Rebranding of Lloyds in Sainsbury’s underway

A nine-month rebranding programme of pharmacies in Sainsbury’s stores to LloydsPharmacy has begun.

Patients still expect antibiotics for sore throats

Nearly half of UK adults have been prescribed antibiotics for a sore throat, shows new research

NSAIDs and heart failure warning

Common NSAIDs increase the risk of heart problems, according to research published in the BMJ

Profession's charity sees huge rise in support

Pharmacist Support increased the amount of support it provides to members of the pharmacy profession by 88 per cent in 2015

Celebrating World Pharmacists Day 2016

Pharmacies across the globe are holding activities to celebrate World Pharmacists Day (25 September 2016)

Survey reveals views on the future of healthcare

The British population is keen to embrace self care, new technology and personalised treatment to reduce NHS burdens, suggests a new survey

GPhC launches consultation on CPD review changes

The GPhC is consulting on its proposal to review CPD records randomly rather than calling all records once every five years

Don't rush through cuts, pharmacy warns

Pharmacy organisations have urged the Government not to go back on its promise to delay implementing the pharmacy cuts

Fewer people quit smoking with help of pharmacists

The number of people who quit smoking with support from pharmacists continues to decline

Pharmacy services contribute £3 billion in value

A study by PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that community pharmacy contributed £3bn in value in 2015 through just 12 services

Sigma shortlisted in European Business Awards

Sigma Pharmaceuticals has been named a National Champion in The European Business Awards

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