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PSNC responds to government's pharmacy cuts with clinical plans

PSNC responds to government's pharmacy cuts with clinical plans

The PSNC has responded to the government's attempt to generate efficiency savings within community pharmacy by putting forward a series of proposals designed to develop clinical pharmacy services.   Describing its plans as being carried out "within the context of government ...

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features

The Big Interview: Ian Gray

The Big Interview: Ian Gray

From the heat of the Tottenham Hotspur boardroom to the world of pharmacy, it has been an eventful journey for Ian Gray. The Avicenna chairman talks to Neil Trainis...       "It is different. You go from Avicenna which is a really nice, friendly atmosph

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business

Blog: The PSNI - a dinosaur, politically speaking

Blog: The PSNI - a dinosaur, politically speaking

If the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland insists on merely pretending to represent the profession, we might as well join a body that actually represents our interests and aspirations, writes Terry Maguire...     The Pharmaceutical Society of N. Ireland (PSNI), the w

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Pharmacist launches healthy living project for students

Pharmacist launches healthy living project for students

A community pharmacist has teamed up with a personal trainer to launch a project which encourages students to live healthy lives.   Peter Kelly, the pharmacy manager of Kamsons Pharmacy in London, started the '5 Simple Steps to Healthy Living' initiative alongside personal tr

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Opinion poll

Should Pharmacy Voice, NPA and RPS support a pharmacy strike over government cuts?

Last poll result

Is the £170m funding cut proof the government does not value pharmacy?

  • Yes (67%)
  • No (27%)
  • Don't Know (6%)