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GPhC seeks to tackle overrepresentation of BAME cases

The GPhC says it plans to understand and tackle the overrepresentation of BAME individuals in fitness to practise concerns.

Over 1.7m reached by Test and Trace claims Government

The government claims over 1.7 million people have been reached through its test and trace programme.  

Pandemic delivery service resumes in England

The pandemic delivery service resumes in England with new patient groups added.

Pharmacies should sell EHC as a GSL, urges charity

The British Pregnancy Advisory Service is calling for EHC to be switched to GSL, citing privacy concerns in pharmacies.

Pharmacies could administer Covid jabs before Christmas

Pharmacies in England could potentially be administering a Covid-19 vaccine before the end of 2020, an NHS chief’s comments suggest.

Child obesity on the increase in England, warns report

Obesity among children in England is on the rise according to a government report.  

Wholesaler talks still holding up flu jab orders

Pharmacies received guidance on Friday explaining how to order flu jabs - but are still unable to place orders. 

HIV diagnoses in gay and bisexual men at 20-year low

HIV diagnoses in gay and bisexual men is at its lowest level in 20 years.

Script signing requirements waived due to Covid infection risk

As of November 1, the Government has temporarily suspended the requirement for patients to sign the back of NHS prescription forms.

GPhC ‘still taking too long on FtP cases’

The GPhC is still taking too long to conclude fitness to practise (FtP) cases, the Professional Standards Authority says in its annual report.

Ask Your Pharmacy week highlights pharmacy's role in NHS

Ask Your Pharmacist week (November 2-9) kicks off today with the aim of raising awareness of pharmacy services.

One in 10 pharmacists flouting GPhC antibody test ban

Exclusive: Just under eight per cent of pharmacists are currently offering a Covid-19 antibody testing service despite the GPhC's prohibition. 

GPhC to review its stance on Covid testing in pharmacies

The GPhC is reviewing its position on Covid-19 testing in pharmacies, citing “significant interest across community pharmacy” in providing tests.

Covid transmission no longer fastest in north of England

Covid infections doubling every nine days and R number up to 1.56.

Dry skin and eczema

Atopic eczema cannot be cured, but there are ways in which people can keep their problematic skin under control.

Stock watch: October

Product updates from Training Matters

Market Monitor: October

Product updates from Training Matters.

Drug Tariff will be fully paperless from April

NHS BSA has announced it will stop issuing print editions of the Drug Tariff from April next year, and will instead move to digital only.

Suicide prevention

This module provides an overview of suicide prevention, including how to recognise the risk of medicines being used.

Supporting men's health

Men are less engaged with healthcare services than women, but pharmacy teams can ensure they don’t suffer in silence.

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