Community pharmacies will trial a new service to help meet the Government's ambitious disease prevention targets.
LloydsPharmacy has launched Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Connect service in seven of its pharmacies.
The first details have been released about the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service.
Age UK warns that inappropriate polypharmacy is jeopardising the health and safety of older people.
Pharmacy fees for the 2019-20 flu vaccination service have increased to £9.58 – an increase of 10p on 2011-19.
The new, personalised service could involve more digital screening and fewer interactions with healthcare professionals.
The CPCF provides a great opportunity to build on the clinical services provided by community pharmacy to enhance patient care, APTUK commented.
Pharmacy teams have a big role to play in advancing public health through prevention, according to a new Government consultation paper.
Boots is trialling technology that will allow patients who cannot speak English to access its services.
Birmingham pharmacist Satyan Kotecha is among the latest ‘clinical champions’ selected by Diabetes UK.
Sign up for Know Your Numbers! Week which runs from September 9-15.
PHE demonstrates the valuable role of pharmacy in providing sexual health, reproductive health and HIV services.
The general health of the public and public healthcare costs affected by patients not taking their medicines as prescribed.
From 1 April 2019 the drugs pregabalin and gabapentin have been reclassified as Schedule 3 controlled drugs (CDs).
As the flu services came to an end, further details were published about the 2019/20 national flu immunisation programme.
Some 71 per cent of people think there should be better education around self-treatable conditions and relevant services.
NICE has published an updated draft guideline on the diagnosis and treatment of high blood pressure (hypertension).
TM believes that revalidation solutions should be free, easy to use and accessible to all pharmacy professionals.
Schedule 2 and 3 controlled drugs will now be available via the electronic prescription service (EPS), NHS Digital has announced.
The PDA continues to question the role of pharmacy technicians in its final report on their current roles and capabilities.