Author: pharmacybiz

The BAME Pharmacists Network of the Pharmacists’ Defence Association has elected three women pharmacists as it’s new officials. Following the network’s second set of elections since its launch in April 2020,... Read More

The UK’s Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said mistakes at a testing laboratory led to misreporting of tens of thousands of positive COVID-19 cases as negative and may have resulted in... Read More

Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca will acquire biotechnology company Neogene Therapeutics for up to $320 million, the London-listed drugmaker said on Tuesday (November 29) as it seeks to build its pipeline of... Read More

Only a day is left before community pharmacy contractors are required to complete Health Education England’s Community Pharmacy Workforce Survey for 2022. The survey closes on Wednesday (November 30). The completion requirements... Read More

In many cases, a pharmacy’s most valuable asset is its NHS contract. This is what buyers are paying for – the right to provide pharmaceutical services commissioned by the NHS... Read More

Your body is made up of about 60% water. Without water, it would be impossible to maintain a stable body temperature, get rid of the waste in your body, and... Read More

British drug discovery company C4X Discovery said AstraZeneca had signed a licence worth up $402 million to develop an oral therapy for the treatment of inflammatory and respiratory diseases using... Read More

There is no doubt that the pandemic has changed the way healthcare professionals work within the primary care setting. The advent of Covid-19 meant that we all had to rapidly... Read More

Winter is imminent and with dropping temperatures viruses are bound to be more prevalent, exacerbating health problems among the vulnerable and immunocompromised patients. This can cause serious complications, and therefore,... Read More

A bout 15 to 30 per cent of the UK population suffers from hay fever and there has been a definite increase in the number of moderate to severe hay... Read More