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Pharmacists in England given wider prescribing powers to relieve GP pressure

May 9, 2023
Medical Communications GP, NHS England, pharmacists

NHS England had announced that pharmacists in England will be given wider prescribing powers to relieve pressure put on GPs. …

Pharmacists should review care homes residents’ medicine regimens to reduce polypharmacy

April 25, 2019
Medical Communications care homes, older people, pharmacists, pharmacy, polypharmacy

Pharmacists should review older people’s medicines regimens in order to reduce inappropriate polypharmacy, according to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS). …

Pharmacists warn of shortages in England

January 18, 2019
Medical Communications access, pharmacists, pricing, shortages

Pharmacists in England have warned that they are struggling to obtain many common generic medicines, as the number of medicines …

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Pharmacists could save the NHS £1.1 billion

October 20, 2014
Sales and Marketing GP, GPs, NHS, UK, pharmacists

New research from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society shows that common ailments such as coughs and sore throats cost the NHS …

Parallel trading restricting medicine access, says ABPI

September 6, 2010
Sales and Marketing parallel trade, pharmacists, supply chain

The ABPI has blamed parallel trading by a minority of pharmacists as the root cause of the current medicines shortage …

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