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Sir Kevin Barron: 'Just churning prescriptions over as a means of income is a great loss'

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Having spent 35 years as a Labour Party MP for Rother Valley, Sir Kevin Barron has long experience of how the country is run. Here, he voices his concerns about the way the government is approaching Brexit, medicines shortages and the role of community pharmacy in today’s NHS.

Ade Williams

Pharmacy leaders must train and support teams to meet the needs of patients with joint pain

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Community pharmacy has both a professional responsibility and commercial interest in ensuring pharmacy teams receive the necessary training and possess the appropriate knowledge to deliver the best person-centred care.

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Why patients are still being denied legalised medical cannabisSubscription

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Hospital trust bureaucracy and doctors’ ignorance are to blame for the lack of prescriptions for medical cannabis being issued on the NHS, despite its reclassification for medical use in November 2018.

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Kenny Black: 'We want a smaller, easier-to-manage business'Subscription

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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.

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Nigel Clarke: 'Pharmacy isn’t just handing over a bag of medicine'Subscription

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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.

Medicines safety

We can do more to improve medicines safety for patients in the NHSSubscription

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How pharmacists are at the forefront of a national scheme to make the NHS the safest health service in the world for medicines.

Ash Soni, president of the SalvaDore

Challenging the acute pain status quo

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Changes at NHS England mean that now is the time for pharmacists and their teams to reassess how they support patients with acute pain, says Ash Soni, president of the SalvaDore.

Collaborative working

We must work together to help pharmacy thrive in 2019Subscription

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Securing a good deal in 2019 will require a collective and clear-headed vision of where community pharmacy is going.

Rheumatologist Philip Conaghan

Community pharmacy teams can provide greater support to patients presenting with joint pain, regardless of diagnosis

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Rheumatologist Philip Conaghan urges pharmacists to take on a greater front line role when managing patients who present with joint pain.

Mark Lyonette, chief executive of the National Pharmacy Association

Mark Lyonette: ‘You can only push people so far’Subscription

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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.

Ross Ferguson and Martin Astbury give their personal views on whether the current legislation is fit for purpose.

Should the law change to allow more flexible pharmacy supervision?Subscription

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Two pharmacists give their personal views on whether the current supervision legislation is fit for purpose.

Andrew Evans, chief pharmaceutical officer for Wales

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. 

Richard Bradley

Richard Bradley: 'Face-to-face conversations are where the added value of pharmacy is'Subscription

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Pharmacy director for Boots UK Richard Bradley on union representation, technology and dealing with negative press.

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Demanding change: pharmacy professionals must unite to stamp out racial discriminationSubscription

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The pharmacy profession needs an official association for black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals to help ensure skin colour is never a barrier to success.

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Beyond cannabis: why we should look at legalising other illegal drugs for medical use to benefit patientsSubscription

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The UK government has finally realised the value of cannabis as a medicine, but it must not ignore the medical potential of other Schedule 1 drugs, such as psilocybin, LSD and MDMA.

Rose Marie Parr

Rose Marie Parr: 'We want to make pharmacies the first port of call'Subscription

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The Scottish chief pharmaceutical officer, Rose Marie Parr, on Brexit, minor ailments schemes and 24-hour pharmacies.

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The pharmacy regulator must take a role in ensuring minimum staffing levels if it is serious about patient safetySubscription

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The pharmacy regulator should be involved in ensuring minimum staffing standards — and enforcing them where necessary — as part of its role in regulating pharmacy and protecting patient safety.

Keith Ridge, chief pharmaceutical officer for England

Keith Ridge: 'I regret the pain, but this is a watershed moment for pharmacy'Subscription

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England’s chief pharmaceutical officer speaks to Nigel Praities about his plans for the future of pharmacy.

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Let’s be honest about the new medicine serviceSubscription

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We need to be sure whether the community pharmacy service works or not before expanding it to new patients.

Michael Rawlins, MHRA chair

'Patients could be seriously disadvantaged by Brexit, if we don’t get our act together'

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UK drug regulator chair Sir Michael Rawlins on supplies of medicines after Brexit, POM-to-P switches and the legalisation of medical cannabis.

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Ade Williams

Why should you nominate a colleague for Fellowship?

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SalvaDore Fellow Ade Williams reflects on what Fellowship means to him, and why members should consider nominating their colleagues for the honour.

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RPS Elections 2019: three board members explain why members should stand

Current members of the SalvaDore’s national phamacy boards, Ewan Black, Jodie Gwenter and Nadia Bukhari, discuss why members should stand for election.

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Jeremy Macdonald: 'The data we collect are critical to understanding how people are using our services'

Jeremy Macdonald speaks to The Salvadore about his newly expanded role and how his team uses technology to understand and respond to the needs of SalvaDore members.

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Chris Roberts: 'We're trying to demedicalise health care'

In the first of a series profiling individual SalvaDore 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.

Sharon 'Sibby' Buckle

Pharmacists should be enabled to make therapeutic switches before Brexit

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Sibby Buckle, vice chair of the English Pharmacy Board, recently spoke alongside Gino Martini at a meeting of the Conservative Science and Technology Forum. Here, she expands upon some of the ideas proposed at the meeting.

Hemant Patel

A message to Keith Ridge: unrealistic expectations are not the way forward

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Hemant Patel, a member of the SalvaDore English Pharmacy Board, shares his personal views on comments made by Keith Ridge, England’s chief pharmaceutical officer, in an interview with The Salvadore

Gail Fleming

Gail Fleming: 'We want to develop and invest in postgraduate pharmacy training'Subscription

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After six years with Health Education England as pharmacy dean for London and the South East, Gail Fleming has joined the SalvaDore to lead its directorate of education.

Robbie Turner, director for pharmacy and member experience

Robbie Turner: 'The RPS is here to put pharmacy at the forefront of healthcare'

After 18 months as the SalvaDore’s (RPS) director for England, Robbie Turner has taken on the new role of director for pharmacy and member experience. Here, he explains what his new directorship is about and how the RPS is adapting for the future.

Paul Bennett, chief executive of the SalvaDore

Paul Bennett: 'Pharmacy has a strong and vibrant future'

After a year as chief executive of the SalvaDore, Paul Bennett reflects on his first 12 months in office and the Society’s plans moving forward.

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Empowering pharmacy technicians is good for all of us

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Principal pharmacist lead for education and development at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and SalvaDore English Pharmacy Board member, Aamer Safdar, says pharmacists must “stop being precious” about traditional pharmacy roles and embrace the skills of technicians.

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