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  • Diagram showing different pharmacy organisations in the UK and who they represent

    Pharmacy organisations in the UK: a complicated web Subscription

    23 MAR 2017

    Pharmacy is a diverse profession and this is reflected in the wide variety of organisations that can represent the interests of pharmacists, pharmacy owners, trainees and students. 

  • Infographic showing how dupilumab works

    Atopic dermatitis: emerging and current treatments Subscription

    23 FEB 2017

    Atopic dermatitis affects up to 30% of children and 10% of adults, and is common in both developed and developing countries. Two new medicines on the brink of entering the market — dupilumab, a biologic for severe disease, and crisaborole, a topical small molecule drug for milder disease — could herald a new era in the management of this condition, which has seen no major changes to the way it has been treated for over 15 years.

  • Infographic showing a decade of community pharmacy funding in England and timeline of events

    A decade of community pharmacy funding in England Subscription

    15 DEC 2016

    Community pharmacies in England dispense 174 million more prescription items annually than in 2010, a figure that is predicted to rise further. Despite this, total funding for the community pharmacy contract is heading back towards 2010 levels.

  • Treatment targets of osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis: moving beyond bisphosphonates Subscription

    23 NOV 2016
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    Bisphosphonates are the mainstay of osteoporosis treatment but as more is elucidated about the underlying pathology of the condition, new drug targets are being investigated.

  • Cross section of the infographic showing leading providers of influenza vaccinations in English pharmacies

    Leading providers of influenza vaccinations in pharmacies in England Subscription

    21 OCT 2016

    In 2015–2016, 7,195 pharmacies in England administered influenza vaccinations to almost 600,000 individuals as part of the first year of the national NHS Flu Vaccination Service, with some pharmacies delivering over 1,000 vaccinations.

  • Infographic on the new oral anticoagulants (NOACs) for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation

    New oral anticoagulants for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation Subscription

    23 SEP 2016

    Around 12,500 strokes are caused by atrial fibrillation (AF) in the UK each year, and 7,100 of these are preventable with appropriate anticoagulation. Four new oral anticoagulants (NOACs) are now available in the UK in addition to warfarin.

  • Infographic explaining the pathology and treatment types of dry eye disease

    Dry eye: pathology and treatment types

    12 AUG 2016

    The underlying disease process in dry eye disease causes deterioration of the tear film, which leads to either mild or more serious forms of the condition. A variety of treatment types may offer symptomatic relief.

  • Infographic comparing the different dispensing models in community pharmacy

    Dispensing: a comparison of different models in community pharmacy Subscription

    28 JUL 2016

    Although most medicines are still dispensed by hand, new technology allows parts of the process to be automated. This infographic compares examples of the newer models, such as hub and spoke and centralised dispensing, with the traditional model.

  • Timeline and infographic showing the development and safety of proton pump inhibitors

    The development and safety of proton pump inhibitors Subscription

    24 JUN 2016

    Since the discovery of omeprazole in 1979, dispensing of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) in England has increased more than 100-fold, and several products are now available without prescription. Although PPIs are effective and generally well tolerated, observational studies suggest an association with several adverse effects. Further trials are needed to establish causal relationships. 

  • Data visualisation of the fragmented community pharmacy market in Great Britain in 2016 showing ownership share and pharmacy premises

    Community pharmacy in Great Britain 2016: a fragmented market Subscription

    26 MAY 2016

    There are more than 14,000 community pharmacies in Great Britain and the top 12 players own almost 50% of the market. 

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