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NHS funding provided to GPs for them to deliver travel health services to their patients could be shifted to community pharmacy, according to a travel health expert

GP travel health funding could shift to pharmacySubscription

26 MAR 2015

NHS funding provided to GPs for them to deliver travel health services to their patients could be shifted to community pharmacy, according to a travel health expert.

The Medical Innovation Bill (Saatchi Bill) is unnecessary and should not become law, according to medical professionals and lawyers who gathered for a Healthwatch debate

Saatchi bill defeated at emotionally charged HealthWatch UK debateSubscription

17 MAR 2015

The Medical Innovation Bill is unnecessary and should not become law, according to medical professionals and lawyers who gathered for a HealthWatch UK debate.

Sue Sharpe, chief executive of the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee, said that a national pharmacy minor ailment scheme would take people away from general practice appointments who do not need them.

UK minor ailments scheme is a ‘no brainer’, says PSNC’s Sue SharpeSubscription

20 FEB 2015

Delegates attending the Sigma conference in Aamby Valley City, India — including community pharmacists, pharmacy owners and manufactures — want to see a national minor ailments scheme for the UK.

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