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Examining the Long-term Effects of Concussion in Sport

May 10 2019 Thought LeadersLauren Pulling Program ManagerThe Drake Foundation An interview with Lauren Pulling from The Drake Foundation, discussing the short and long-term effects…

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“Without Antibiotics, I Cannot Treat”: Examining Antibiotic Resistance Drivers in India

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc. (Editor)May 7 2019 Thought LeadersMohit NairQualitative Research ManagerMédecins Sans Frontières (MSF) An interview with Mohit Nair, discussing the issue…

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Give warning of new services agreed in contract, members tell PSNC

Negotiations for a new pharmacy funding contract, which began in April, are covering areas as diverse as the future of the medicines use review (MUR) service,…

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GSK launches Sensodyne toothpaste for enamel repair

Sensodyne Pronamel Intensive Enamel Repair, which is available from pharmacies, retailers and online from today (June 5), is designed to repair enamel that has been…

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Hancock asks about pharmacy minor ailments and sore throat services

Mr Hancock said he was “very interested to explore what contribution pharmacy can make to the NHS”, CPW chief executive Russell Goodway told C+D after…

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GPs shouldn’t have to ‘police’ online pharmacy prescribing, BMA says

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)’s guidance – issued last month – includes the safeguard that a prescriber at an online pharmacy should contact the patient’s…

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Scottish pharmacies to receive £2.6m funding increase for 2019-20

Under the latest funding settlement, the global sum will increase to £183.6m, CPS confirmed yesterday (April 24). This is the second year running that pharmacy…

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Well launches pharmacy inside WH Smith in Gatwick airport

The Well pharmacy opened inside the existing WH Smith store at the airport’s north terminal on April 1. The pharmacy does not dispense prescriptions from…

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Boots and Well part of pharmacist apprenticeships ‘trailblazer’ group

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education – an employer-led public body not affiliated with a government department – launched a 10-day consultation on proposals…

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Seema Kennedy replaces pharmacy minister Steve Brine

Ms Kennedy – who has been MP for South Ribble, Lancashire, since 2015 – was confirmed as the new public health and primary care minister…

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