Nigel Praities is Executive Editor at The Pharmaceutical Journal and has worked as a medical journalist for 13 years. He has won multiple awards, including Editor of the Year at the Medical Journalists' Awards in 2014 and 2017.
Wellbeing service for pharmacists under discussion to address “glaring” gap in support, says minister
In an exclusive interview with The Pharmaceutical Journal, Jo Churchill, the minister responsible for public health, primary care and prevention in England, said that the gap in the wellbeing support offered to pharmacists, compared with other healthcare professions, was "quite glaring" and she was discussing a permanent service.
The pharmacy minister on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health support for pharmacists and what may be the enduring legacy for the sector.
PCNs forced to recruit pharmacists with less experience owing to shortages, says NHS England director Subscription
Some primary care networks have been forced to hire pharmacists with less experience than they wanted because there are not enough working at a senior level, NHS England has confirmed.