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NHSE&I: "High degree of confidence" that parliament will approve ICS measures (Pic credit: CCA)
In a letter to ICS leads yesterday (July 22), NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I) confirmed its plans to move responsibility for the...
23/07/2021 1
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Matt Hancock first mooted the pharmacy "on-the-spot free heart health-check" service in 2019
The NHS cardiovascular disease (CVD) pilot was launched in six selected primary care network (PCN) areas in November 2020 and will run until July...
20/05/2021 1
Funding for the CPCS IT system licences was due to expire at the end of March
Money from the Pharmacy Integration Fund had been used to fund CPCS IT systems licences and was originally due to end on March 31, at which point...
22/01/2021 8
The partnership, which American company RxE2 claims to be the “first pharmacy dispensing service for clinical drug trials in the European Union and...
07/09/2020 1
Community pharmacy was struck by a whirlwind of pressures in March following the outbreak of COVID-19, including soaring patient demand, medicine...
04/09/2020 2
The NHS Pharmacy First service will formally commence on July 29
Scotland’s NHS Pharmacy First service formally launches on July 29, after its original due date of April 22 was moved due to the COVID-19 outbreak....
07/07/2020 2
Pharmacy may never be the same after the COVID-19 outbreak. Whether we see changes in the public perception of the role of pharmacy teams, or...
10/06/2020 18
COVID-19 has led to many unforeseen consequences so far, and in the world of pharmaceuticals, that has entailed an arms race to produce vaccines,...
08/06/2020 7
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Their accessibility means pharmacies are the best place for antibody testing, Ms Hannbeck argues
Ms Hannbeck has contacted health secretary Matt Hancock to lobby for pharmacy’s inclusion in future services such as COVID-19 antibody testing and...
14/05/2020 28
The Boots study looked into the benefit of testing and treating UTIs in community pharmacies
Of 764 women who presented to 23 pharmacies from December 2018 to April 2019, a lower UTI was found to be likely in 75% of cases, according to a...
17/03/2020 2

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