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Recent cases show pharmacists must be professional when posting online
David Reissner highlights recent cases where professionals have not taken care when expressing views online
Pharmacy Business: A guide for Buyers and Sellers
The sale or purchase of a pharmacy practice is likely to be one of the largest financial transactions that a pharmacist will make...
Response to Department of Health’s consultation: Promoting professionalism, reforming regulation
Our response to the Department of Health's 'Promoting professionalism, reforming regulation' consultation.
Key issues for pharmacy in 2018
Amelia Goodwin takes a look at some key issues for the pharmacy profession in the year ahead
The Department of Health wants to axe health regulators, but should the GPhC stay?
David Reissner explains why there may be a case for the GPhC to be retained if other healthcare regulators are scrapped.
A guide to market entry applications for NHS pharmacy contracts in England
NHS contracts are valuable because they are hard to come by. Equally, if a new contract is granted, it can have devastating consequences.
Is this the beginning of the end of the criminalisation of pharmacists?
The Government has published an Order which will decriminalise dispensing errors by pharmacists. Or at least that is what it is meant to do.
Decriminalisation legislation cannot come soon enough
Draft legislation which could provide a defence for community pharmacists has finally been laid before Parliament.
Can pharmacists, or pharmacies, be convicted of manslaughter?
Pharmacy lawyer David Reissner explores the circumstances when pharmacists could face prosecution for manslaughter