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Burt calls for calm amid funding fears

Contractors urged by minister to recognise the opportunities presented by the proposed pharmacy reforms.

Show your support: sign the petition

A petition to the Prime Minister has been launched as part of the campaign to save local pharmacies.

Sector intensifies efforts with petition to the Prime Minister

The NPA, PSNC and Pharmacy Voice launch petition to the Prime Minister as part of the campaign to secure pharmacy's future.

The alcohol harm paradox explained

A new study reveals the extent of the 'alcohol harm paradox' in deprived and non-deprived communities.

Vulnerable patients to be worst hit by funding cuts

Some 62 per cent of pharmacies will stop free services as a result of proposed funding cuts, reveals Numark survey.

Pharmacy Voice seeks commitments from DH

Pharmacy Voice says Government plans for pharmacy "make dangerous assumptions."

Plan for the worst, hope for the best

Losses to pharmacy as a result of cuts could add up to £2 billion in coming years, Day Lewis' ceo Kirit Patel has estimated.

RPS "concerned" about impact cuts may have on patient care

RPS makes call for Government "to invest in pharmacy" and is concerned about impact of funding cuts.

PSNC publishes service development proposals

PSNC has published a set of service proposals in response to the Government's pharmacy consultation.

Pharmacy needs to know full scale of cuts, says PSNC

"We don't know what is going to be coming and we shouldn't assume this is it," says Sue Sharpe.

Sector responds to Government's pharmacy plans

PV and RPS respond to the Government’s plans for community pharmacy, following an initial stakeholder briefing.

TM unveils Recognition of Excellence venue!

TM is delighted to announce this year's Recognition of Excellence Awards will be held on the 30th June at The Dorchester.

New MS campaign launches

Experts are encouraging people with multiple sclerosis to access vital health services through a new campaign.

Class 2 medicines recall: St John's Wort

Class 2 medicines recall: Asda, St John’s Wort, HRI Good Mood and Superdrug St John’s Wort tablets.

Pharmacy can relieve pressure on hospitals

Community pharmacy can and should have an important role in relieving pressure on hospitals, says report by Lord Carter.

GPhC fees to remain at current levels

The GPhC has kept fees the same for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises.

NICE looks at gastro-oesophageal reflux in young

NICE has published quality standards covering gastro-oesophageal reflux in children and young people.

BPSA annual conference next month

Cardiff is the venue for the BPSA's annual conference, which takes place next month.

SMART Awards – voting closed

Reader voting is now closed in the 2016 SMART Awards. Thanks for getting involved! Results next month.

LloydsPharmacy unveils new and improved website

LloydsPharmacy launches brand new website to provide an enhanced, customer-first online experience.

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