Results 1–20 of 970 for pharmacy in the 'Written Answers'

Written Answers — Social Services: Pharmacists Review Panel (20 Oct 1981)

...trade experience and Professor G. F. Thomason, an expert in industrial relations. The panel will shortly be asked to consider references on the subjects of profit and property costs in relation to pharmacies in contract with the National Health Service.

Written Answers — Social Services: Prescription Charges (27 Oct 1981)

(2) whether he will list those drugs on which prescription charges are payable at the retail pharmacy but not when personally administered by the prescribing doctor; (3) whether he will estimate the annual loss in revenue to the National Health Service caused by the failure of general practitioners to collect prescription charges on personally administered drugs. Mr. Geoffrey Finsberg:...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Meningitis C Vaccine (11 Jan 2000)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...since then. The implementation of the meningitis C immunisation programme is vaccine supply led and as soon as each new delivery of vaccine is received from the manufacturers it is distributed to pharmacies and general practitioners. Since the start of the programme up to and including 26 November, a total of 1,734,560 doses of meningococcal C conjugate vaccine had been distributed...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Freedom of Information Bill: Public Bodies (20 Apr 2000)

Lord Bach: ...Royal Medical Colleges Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in respect of its statutory functions, and those of any of its committees or officers (these are currently to be found in the Pharmacy Act 1954 and the Medicines Act 1968), and any non-statutory public functions relating to the regulation of the pharmacy profession. Association of Child Psychotherapists British...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Community Pharmacies (10 May 2000)

Lord Morris of Manchester: asked Her Majesty's Government: What consideration has been given to the All-Party Community Pharmacy Group's report to Health Ministers on Management in Community Pharmacies; and what action they will be taking on its recommendations.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Hospital Beds and Non-specialist Nurse Training: Costs (5 Jun 2000)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...of the costs of the supporting services within the new hospital such as operating theatres, outpatient departments, accident and emergency services, catering, office accommodation, public areas, pharmacy, pathology and radiology. It does not include the running costs necessary to make the bed operational, such as staffing, linen or cleaning. A new bed in an existing hospital would be...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Allopurinol: Cost to NHS (20 Jul 2000)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: Medicines dispensed on the National Health Service in the community are purchased by community pharmacies and dispensing doctors at various prices. The cost to the NHS is generally the drug tariff price--the price at which community pharmacies and dispensing doctors are generally reimbursed--less a deduction which reflects discount obtained on medicines purchases. Prices paid by hospital...

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS Expenditure: Reports (20 Oct 2000)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: In November 1999 the Department of Health commissioned a fundamental review of arrangements for the supply of generic medicines to National Health Service community pharmacies and dispensing doctors. The review was carried out by Oxford Economic Research Associates (OXERA) and their final report was submitted in September 2000. As a next step, the department intends to issue proposals for...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Braille Labelling for Medicines (23 Apr 2001)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...-medication for blind and partially sighted people. Solving the technical problems in achieving this will bring benefits more widely, as the initiative is rolled out to Co-operative food stores and pharmacies across the country. The Government are committed to ensuring that all medicines are used correctly and safely on the basis of full and comprehensive product information. The Medicines...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Community Pharmacies (23 Apr 2001)

Lord Morris of Manchester: asked Her Majesty's Government: What proposals they have to assist community pharmacists in providing discrete quiet areas in pharmacies for counselling on medicines management, pharmacist prescribing and other services.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Community Pharmacies (23 Apr 2001)

Lord Morris of Manchester: asked Her Majesty's Government: What help they are considering to enable community pharmacists, especially those who are single-handed, to engage an additional pharmacist to assist in the provision of new services; and what material encouragement they will provide to help community pharmacists to undertake the additional training required for such services.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Pharmacy Workforce (23 Apr 2001)

Lord Morris of Manchester: asked Her Majesty's Government: What steps they are taking, in consultation with pharmacy organisations, to ensure an adequate supply of pharmacists to provide the new services which they and the profession now seek to make available.

Written Answers — Home Department: Drugs (Medicinal Uses) (18 Jul 2001)

Bob Ainsworth: .... J. Cole (Royal Liverpool Univ. Hospital) Academic Prof. J. F. Alder (Univ. of Manchester Institute Academic Mr. Malcolm Aiken (Univ. of Brighton) Academic Dr. K. Brain (Welsh Sch. of Pharmacy) Academic Prof. Redfern (Univ. of Bath) Academic Prof. J. Kelly (Univ. of Edinburgh) Academic Prof. T. Stone (Univ. of Glasgow) Academic Dr. D. Todd (James Paget...

Written Answers — Health: Pharmacists Remuneration (22 Oct 2001)

John Hutton: We have made an offer to the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC), which represents all community pharmacies providing National Health Service pharmaceutical services in England and Wales. We hope to conclude discussions with PSNC shortly.

Written Answers — Health: Pharmacists Remuneration (24 Oct 2001)

Jacqui Smith: Remuneration paid to pharmacies is intended to cover the generality of the National Health Service pharmaceutical services they provide. The scope of these services is not restricted just to dispensing prescriptions and has changed over time. The total remuneration to be paid in any given year is distributed through a system of fees and allowances, some of which relate directly to the number...

Written Answers — Health: Drug Abuse (24 Oct 2001)

John Hutton: ...To assess the treatment and care needs of ethnic minority groups to improve access to services To further promote and encourage general practitioner liaison and shared care Working with community pharmacies and the local pharmaceutical committee to pilot supervised methadone consumption schemes in 2–3 local pharmacies, and review the results. The multi-agency drug action team is...

Written Answers — Health: Pharmacies and Dispensing Practices (29 Oct 2001)

Andrew Murrison: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what plans he has to support pharmacies and dispensing practices in rural areas.

Written Answers — Health: Pharmacies (NHSnet) (1 Nov 2001)

Mark Todd: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what plans he has to connect pharmacies to NHSnet.

Written Answers — Home Department: Chemist Inspection Officers (19 Nov 2001)

John Denham: Chemist inspection officers play an important role in enforcing the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and associated regulations. They are responsible for inspecting retail pharmacies to ensure that controlled drugs are being supplied as authorised, and appropriate records are being kept; investigating breaches of the law; and ensuring that standards of security are maintained where drugs are stored....

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Hardship Funds (3 Dec 2001)

Margaret Hodge: ...Institute 663,760 884,242 Newman College 83,473 111,666 Northern School of Contemporary Dance 11,273 12,756 Norwich School of Art and Design 56,324 70,196 School of Oriental and African Studies 132,870 183,514 School of Pharmacy 28,502 28,442 Ravensbourne College 40,536 54,936 RCN Institute 20,476 25,783 Rose Bruford College 32,505 36,185 Royal...


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