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Avicenna’s Jetha: cuts make me "boil with anger"

Avicenna boss warns of tough times ahead for pharmacy as he opens his company’s annual conference

Pharmacy cuts petition delivered to 10 Downing Street

Yesterday saw the petition against the pharmacy cuts – with 1.8 million signatures – delivered to 10 Downing Street

Pharmacy closures in deprived areas “catastrophic”

Report published today says it would be “catastrophic” if places are deprived of a crucial community asset – pharmacies

Nuffield: make more use of pharmacists

New report says more use needs to be made of pharmacists to increase capacity in the health service

Questions raised over DH hub and spoke proposals

England's chief pharmaceutical officer Dr Keith Ridge has offered a clarification on data presented on dispensing errors.

Pharmacies are solution to creaking GP and A&E services

Britain’s pharmacies are able to relieve pressure on GP surgeries and A&E departments, says NPA

Pharmacy cuts petition reaches one million mark

The petition protesting about the pharmacy cuts has collected its millionth signature.

NHSE to create 1,500 extra pharmacist jobs in general practice

NHS England has announced a £112m investment into creating an extra 1,500 pharmacist jobs in general practice

Local pharmacies are the solution to a world class NHS

NPA says sustained investment in local pharmacies, rather than pharmacists in GP surgeries, would better enhance care

PSNC and NPA rubbish Cameron's pharmacy claims

Prime Minister David Cameron "poorly briefed" about sector cuts, say pharmacy leaders

Forward View progress is too slow, say MPs

A group of MPs have been looking at what progress has been made in implementing NHS England’s Five Year Forward View

BPSA and RPS launch pre-foundation programme

The BPSA and RPS are to develop a pre-foundation programme for pharmacy students and pre-registration trainees

RPS survey illustrates value of pharmacists

A survey by the RPS provides a fascinating insight into what pharmacists do on a daily basis

New RPS proposals for Pharmacy Integration Fund

The RPS is calling for the Pharmacy Integration Fund to be used to develop new roles for pharmacists in direct patient care.

Portsmouth University launches 'HLP Live' project

All pharmacy students at the University of Portsmouth are to receive real life work experience at a healthy living pharmacy.

Exclusive: PM Questions –Ash Soni

RPS president Ash Soni has strong views on many of the issues affecting pharmacy today.

Pharmacy cuts would put pressure on GPs

A new survey warns that GPs and hospitals will come under more pressure if the pharmacy funding cuts go ahead.

Pharmacy cuts consultation period extends

Department of Health agrees to extend the consultation period on proposed changes to community pharmacy.

Sigma conference sketch

Home truths from abroad and a sense of despondency and defiance summed up proceedings at this year’s conference

NPA petition nears 100,000 signatures

The NPA has got nearly 100,000 signatures against funding cuts and pharamcies will be sent resources to get even more.

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