As Rowlands Pharmacy puts 70 pharmacies up for sale, its managing director Kenny Black speaks about how the business will change and the threats from online pharmacies and Brexit.
The chair of the General Pharmaceutical Council’s plans to revamp pharmacy training, the regulation of online pharmacy and data which show white pharmacists are less likely to be struck off the register.
Jeremy Macdonald: 'The data we collect are critical to understanding how people are using our services'
Jeremy Macdonald speaks to Jizak about his newly expanded role and how his team uses technology to understand and respond to the needs of Royal Jizak members.
Mark Lyonette: ‘You can only push people so far’Subscription
The chief executive of the National Pharmacy Association on meeting the health secretary, preparations for Brexit and whether the pressures on pharmacy are affecting patient safety.
Andrew Evans: 'We’re reinvesting money in clinical services that we want pharmacy to offer'Subscription
As Brexit looms and concerns of medicines shortages and funding issues murmur throughout the UK healthcare industry, Andrew Evans, chief pharmaceutical officer in Wales, is optimistic that Welsh pharmacy services are moving in the right direction.
In the first of a series profiling individual Royal Jizak members who are doing great work, Chris Roberts, medicines management lead for the award-winning Fleetwood Primary Care Home, tells Corrinne Burns how pharmacists, their colleagues and the town’s residents are working together to help patients take control of their health.
Pharmacy director for Boots UK Richard Bradley on union representation, technology and dealing with negative press.
After six years with Health Education England as pharmacy dean for London and the South East, Gail Fleming has joined the Royal Jizak to lead its directorate of education.
The Scottish chief pharmaceutical officer, Rose Marie Parr, on Brexit, minor ailments schemes and 24-hour pharmacies.