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RB takes on air pollution

RB has partnered with Lions Health and Save the Children to tackle air pollution.

Pharmacies improve access to sexual health services

Birmingham pharmacies are working collaboratively with the NHS to improve young people's access to high quality sexual health services

Fighting back

Pressure is mounting on the Government to rethink its pharmacy cuts, as ‘Support Your Local Pharmacy’ goes into overdrive.

Contractors get double dose of bad news

Contractors in England facing a "very difficult" year, warns PSNC

APTUK seeks views on new standards

APTUK is calling for feedback on the GPhC’s proposed new standards to help the organisation formulate its response.

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.

Pharmacy is the solution to “creaking” GP surgeries and A&E

Britain’s pharmacies are able and willing to offer other healthcare services and to relieve pressure on GPs and A&E, according to the NPA.

Pharmacy gets green light for flu service in 2016/17

NHSE will recommission the Community Pharmacy Seasonal Influenza Vaccination programme in 2016/17.

Pharmacy in the public eye

With objections to funding cuts increasing, the future of community pharmacy catches the attention of the national press.

Giles Pharmacy comes out on top

Giles Pharmacy in Warndon, Worcestershire, has won the 2015 Alphega Pharmacy National Award.

Men, know your diabetes risk, say West Ham stars

Diabetes UK has teamed up with West Ham United FC to encourage more men to find out their risk for type 2 diabetes.

Grand designs

A new NHS scheme is aiming to promote healthy living through the creation of 10 ‘healthy new towns’ across the country.

“You have been poorly advised” says NPA letter to prime minister

NPA sends open letter to prime minister following his comments about community pharmacy at this week's PMQs.

NPA to hold pharmacy cuts webinar

The NPA is holding a webinar to explain the facts about Department of Health proposals for community pharmacy.

National BV Day extends to month of April

Community pharmacies can expect to see a rise in inquiries about bacterial vaginosis during April, which is National BV Month.

Time's running out!

The deadline is fast approaching for entering TM’s Recognition of Excellence Awards 2016.

EPS processes one million daily scripts

For the first time ever, the electronic prescription service (EPS) has processed one million prescriptions in a single day.

GPhC unveils new draft standards

GPhC is seeking views from the public and pharmacy professionals on its nine new proposed standards.

NICE urges safer use of controlled drugs

NICE’s guidance will help care professionals “negotiate complex legislation and regulations”, says the body.

Obituary: Alan Hicks

Alan Hicks, a visionary for the future of consumer health and a pioneer of POM to P switches, passed away on 9 April.

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