Friday, January 18, 2019

The Big Interview: Ian Strachan

Ian Strachan wants the independent pharmacy sector to sing from the same song sheet. The National Pharmacy Association chairman talks to Neil Trainis...     "I think...

Patients will die before government realises foolishness of supervision plans

By Pupinder Singh Ghatora   In this rapidly changing environment I often ask myself ‘why did I choose community pharmacy?’ Then a patient comes in and...

The Big Interview: Claire Ferguson

Natural healthcare should be a part of consumer choice. And yes, it is sexy, insists Claire Ferguson. Nelsons' chief executive talks to Neil Trainis...   Claire...

Editor’s comment: Amid NHS chaos should pharmacists care Steve Brine is the new pharmacy...

No doubt few of us were surprised that, despite the fury and frustration of healthcare professionals everywhere (especially doctors and community pharmacists) Jeremy Hunt...

Oi NHS England! Community pharmacy is clinical!

In the latest of our features proving to NHS England that community pharmacists are clinical, we profile Everest Pharmacy which supports its community by...

The Big Interview: Richard Daniell

Richard Daniell came to the UK 23 years ago to do a spot of backpacking...and he's been here ever since. The Teva UK managing...

The Big Interview: Jay Patel

Jay Patel insists he is not the man to fill the shoes of his late father. The director at Day Lewis talks to Neil...

The Big Interview: Sue Sharpe

Whoever takes over as head of the PSNC will need a “hide of leather” says Sue Sharpe. The outgoing chief executive of pharmacy’s negotiator...

Pharmacy in the eyes of the Tories, Labour & Lib Dems

In the run-up to the general election, Neil Trainis asks the three main political parties how they view community pharmacy...       Andy Burnham, Labour shadow health...

Independents in need of a voice

In the wake of Pharmacy Voice's demise, what does the future hold for independent pharmacy representation, asks Pharmacy Business editor Neil Trainis...   It does not...