This week is Experience of Care Week, which is a week for the NHS to focus on improving the experience of patients. You can join in by sharing your experiences and opinions with the hashtag #ExpOfCare.
NHS Employers want to hear about flu-fighter teams who have engaged with people who look after a loved one, and promoted their right to a free flu vaccination.
Six months ago NHS England launched its Accessible Information Standard (AIS) and they are asking the public and health professionals whether they have used the AIS and if there have been any problems.
The new website for the ME/CFS Epidemiology and Genomics Alliance (MEGA) biomedical research study has been launched today. There are lots of strong opinions about this project so get involved and make it the research we really need.
This Thursday (3rd November) there’s a pharmacy Twitter chat about using smartphones, apps and social media for help with medication, so I thought readers might like to contribute.
I came across this writing competition on Twitter which might be of interest to people with experience of using or working in the NHS.Read More »
Pharmacy’s regulator for the UK, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), is seeking the public’s opinion on proposed new professional standards for pharmacy professionals.Read More »
If your local pharmacist has gone the extra mile for you, your friends or family, why not nominate them for this year’s I Love My Pharmacist competition? Nominations close on Monday 2nd May.Read More »
In December, the Department of Health (DH) announced its proposal to cut pharmacy funding in England by 6.1% “as part of wider efficiency savings in the NHS”.
According to organisations involved in community pharmacy, these cuts will affect the services offered to us by our local pharmacies.