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Things to consider when your pharmacy lease ends
Aidan Welton and Richard Flenley look at various lease provisions that need to be fulfilled.
GPhC Fitness to Practise Investigations – Some Do’s and Don’ts
If you are notified by the GPhC that a concern has been received, here are some dos and don’ts:
Are the days of botched pharmacy fraud investigations finally over?
David Reissner has reservations about a new drive to uncover community pharmacy contractor fraud...
'NHS England's petty fines for pharmacy breaches are a disgrace'
David Reissner has some strong words for NHS England and its handling of alleged breaches of service by pharmacists.
Smoothing over a pharmacy sale
There are things pharmacy owners can do which can help the due diligence process to go smoothly and minimise delays.
Disposing of your pharmacy lease – options and tips
The most common ways for pharmacies to vacate and dispose of the pharmacy lease before the end of the lease term.
The funding cuts appeal was rejected over profit and closure confusion
David Reissner drills into the detail of the court’s rejection of pharmacy’s appeal against the funding cuts last week.
A guide to GPhC Investigations and fitness to practise proceedings
As a pharmacist, any complaint or concern which is raised by the General Pharmaceutical Council can be confusing and stressful.