Pharmacy Brief - March 2020
At a time when the country is relying on the NHS and dedicated healthcare professionals more than ever, we know that pharmacists up and down the country are working hard to keep patients healthy and to provide advice and support at the heart of every community.
In this quarter’s pharmacy brief, we look at some key questions that pharmacists have asked us over the last week or so. I hope that these will be helpful to you.
Please click here to read the brief in full. We hope you will find it useful and will enjoy reading it.
For more information please contact Noel on +44 (0)20 7203 5395 or email@example.com.
Pharmacy Brief - March 2021
The March edition of our Pharmacy Brief
Natalie Deuchar and Leonora Owens write for Pharmacy Business on the considerations to take into account when pharmacists look to obtain a new unit
Pharmacists should be aware of the law when considering obtaining a new unit.
Noel Wardle quoted by Chemist and Druggist on the issues that need to be considered before pharmacies adopt a hub-and-spoke dispensing model
Under current legislation, the hub-and-spoke model can be carried out by pharmacies owned by the same legal entity.
Noel Wardle writes for Chemist and Druggist on whether pharmacy professionals can be sued for COVID vaccine negligence
Pharmacy Brief - December 2020
The December edition of our Pharmacy Brief
Noel Wardle writes for Chemist and Druggist on how pharmacists can supply the COVID-19 vaccine lawfully
Safeguarding search orders and the role of public interest: lessons to be learned from recent case law
Caroline looks at lessons to be learned from the recent decision in Calor Gas Ltd v Chorley Bottle Gas Ltd and others
Pei-Li Kew writes for P3 Pharmacy on the differences between share and asset transactions when buying a pharmacy
Noel Wardle writes for Pharmacy Business on whether a notice to close a pharmacy can be withdrawn
Noel Wardle writes for Chemist & Druggist on the downsides of the new MUR legislation
Pharmacy Brief - September 2020
The September edition of our Pharmacy Brief
French reform on provisional enforcement by Law and why it matters to civil and commercial disputes strategy in France
Simone looks at the French reform on provisional enforcement by Law and why it matters to civil and commercial disputes strategy in France.
“The reputation of the profession is more important than the fortunes of any individual member.”
We explore the approach regulators are taking to allegations of misconduct arising from incidents which have occurred outside working hours.
COVID-19: security for costs in an economic downturn
Caroline looks at a recent case where a party seeks to use COVID-19's economic consequences to support their security for costs application.
Claiming privilege in investigations: whose decision is it?
Abigail looks at the recent decision of A v B and another
Is your business COVID-secure? The HSE publishes common areas of failure
Rachel takes a look at things to consider to ensure your business is COVID-secure.
Winds of change as GPhC releases draft FtP Strategy
Samuel looks at the recently published draft strategy for Fitness to Practise investigations from the GPhC
Noel Wardle writes for P3 Pharmacy on the risks of using volunteers to deliver medicines
Pei Li Kew
Will local pharmacies experience the same Deliveroo-volution as the restaurant industry did five years ago? LloydsPharmacy leads the way.
Noel Wardle and Peter Byrd write for Chemist and Druggist on the possible next steps for Amazon Pharmacy