PSNC has today issued resupply updates for five medicines that have been affected by shortages in recent months.
NHS will conduct trials of as yet unlicensed inclisiran in bid to cut deaths from heart disease.
Boris Johnson said the NHS will be the “top priority” for his government after the Conservative's sweeping victory.
Former NPA board member Mike Hewitson has called on the government to tighten its regulation of pharmaceutical wholesalers.
The UK leads on early stage clinical trials but falls behind Germany and the US when it comes to later-stage research.
As Ask Your Pharmacist Week kicks off for 2019 the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) says: “it is more important than ever”.
The Help Us Help You winter campaign returns and distribution of campaign materials has begun.
NHS doctors and St John Ambulance have teamed up to urge people to stay safe during Guy Fawkes Night and Diwali celebrations.
The employers behind a second pharmacy apprenticeship proposal identify themselves and set out steps to improve transparency.
More vaccinations should be provided in convenient locations for parents to drive uptake, says a new NHS review.
The NPA says Ask Your Pharmacist Week will remind the public about the community pharmacist consultation service.
LloydsPharmacy and London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust are running mobile gastroenterology units.
Public Health England (PHE) and the NHS launch Every Mind Matters, a new mental health campaign.
The campaign will consist of TV, radio and digital advertising supported by search and partnership activity.
LloydsPharmacy’s parent company singles out NHS “underfunding” and falling prescription numbers as challenges.
The Digital Minor Illness Referral Service has been renamed the NHS Community Pharmacist Consultation Service.
Aims for health information from the NHS website to be provided through voice-assisted technology.
Gambling addiction services being rolled out across England.
The prescription charge for individual items will increase from 1 April 2019, the Department of Health and Social Care has announced.
NHS England has set out plans to curb the prescribing of a further group of ‘low priority’ items such as silk garments