The deadline is fast approaching for entering TM’s Recognition of Excellence Awards 2016.
For the first time ever, the electronic prescription service (EPS) has processed one million prescriptions in a single day.
GPhC is seeking views from the public and pharmacy professionals on its nine new proposed standards.
The Government has announced a 20p increase in the NHS prescription charge in England.
The APTUK has announced that registration for its 60th Annual Professional Conference & Exhibition is now open.
Numark has teamed up with Alzheimer's Research UK to encourage its members to support Dementia Awareness Week in May.
New training from Flomax Relief MR entitled Prostate Health – Understanding benign prostatic hyperplasia.
The revised national occupational standards for pharmacy have been approved by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
The RPS, the Alzheimer’s Society, Patients Association and Care England have called for a pharmacist to help out in a care home.
The RPS has developed a new decision tool to guide pharmacy professionals when accessing a patient’s SCR online.
NPA research finds health services will come under more pressure if plans to cut community pharamcy funding go ahead.
Department of Health agrees to extend the consultation period on proposed changes to community pharmacy.
Numark launches a series of free online resources to support its members in gaining HLP Level 1 self-accreditation.
The NPA has got nearly 100,000 signatures against funding cuts and pharamcies will be sent resources to get even more.
A new community pharmacy-based national NHS common ailments service has been announced by the Welsh Government.
A new training resource from the CPPE aims to support pharmacy teams in developing their consultation skills.
The NPA was out in force today in central London to rally support for their newly launched petition to the prime minister.
Registration fee levels for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians will remain at current levels for the financial year 2016/17.
The NPA, PSNC and Pharmacy Voice launch petition to the Prime Minister as part of the campaign to secure pharmacy's future.
Some 62 per cent of pharmacies will stop free services as a result of proposed funding cuts, reveals Numark survey.