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The regulatory body has approved new standards for handling fitness-to-practise (FtP) cases. Lawyer Susan Hunneyball sets out what changes we can expect to see.
A recent hit-piece by a GP showed some doctors need a real attitude adjustment when it comes to pharmacy if we are ever going to work well together, says pharmacist Tom Wilde.
For community pharmacies to be an effective part of a health service, they need to be paid for the value they provide patients, not just medicine they dispense, says Sónia Queirós.
The government published its proposed overhaul of health and care in England yesterday. Healthcare lawyer Noel Wardle picks out some of the key takeaways for community pharmacy
Legally requiring NHS staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 would make the job of navigating the post-pandemic workplace a minefield for pharmacies, says lawyer Benjamin Bull
A new report has found that in the past decade pharmacy workloads in Northern Ireland have increased by almost half as costs rise. South Antrim MLA Pam Cameron wants this to change
Racist microaggressions are often overlooked, despite occurring frequently. Just because they are small, we shouldn’t ignore them, says locum pharmacist Aisha
Pharmacists may be required by law to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Lawyer Susan Hunneyball explores whether already existent regulations help or hurt the case for the move
A mail-order pharmacy model may be handy for patients, but it might spell the end of community pharmacy without adequately replacing the care they provide, cautions Leyla Hannbeck