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Tuesday 18 December 2018

Lea Legraien

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Wed 12 December
Wed 12 December
The Government has chosen England’s chief pharmacist to look into ‘problematic’ overprescribing in the NHS, it has announced.
Tue 11 December
Tue 11 December
A no-deal Brexit could create disruption over importing and exporting medicines at the Anglo-French border for up to six months, the Government has predicted.
Thu 6 December
Thu 6 December
Research shows 31% of medication administration errors in English and Welsh acute care trusts are due to omitted medicine or ingredient.
Thu 22 November
Thu 22 November
The amount of money medicines cost the NHS has more than doubled in less than 10 years, official figures have revealed
Fri 2 November
Fri 2 November
There should be vegetarian and vegan alternatives to medicines such as vaccines, a charity has said.
Mon 29 October
Mon 29 October
Medicines watchdog seizes over £2m counterfeit medicines in UK drugs bust
Wed 17 October
Wed 17 October
Pharmacists must implement new validation processes from today (17 October) to prioritise the limited stocks of EpiPen junior 150 microgram (mcg), the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and NHS England have said.
Tue 2 October
Tue 2 October
Patients with severe allergies can use certain batches of EpiPen four months after their expiry date, the Government has said.
Fri 28 September
Fri 28 September
Thu 26 July
Thu 26 July
How will Matt Hancock’s healthcare priorities benefit the NHS?
Tue 10 July
Tue 10 July
In draft guidance published on 9 July NICE recommended that healthcare professionals prescribe antibiotics to people with COPD only when suffering from severe acute exacerbations