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June 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: Insight

  • Prediabetes. Research results appear to add weight to previous views held by Professor Yudkin—diagnosing people with prediabetes may put them at risk of unnecessary medical treatments and could put unsustainable pressures on healthcare systems. Will discuss polypharmacy, over-medicalisation and inaccurate and inconsistent screening for prediabetes.

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Oedema. Impact of prescribed medicines on treatment of chronic oedema.

Clinical Pharmacist: Review

  • Telepharmacy.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Q&A

  • Marie-Paule Kieny. Assistant director-general from the World Health Organization discusses efforts over the past decade by the global agency to enhance seasonal influenza vaccine efficacy and production capacity to ensure there is sufficient pandemic vaccine production, and to promote the effective development and deployment of pandemic vaccines by developing countries.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Comment

  • Poverty and access to medicines. Commentary piece on how growing poverty in Britain, combined with ever-increasing pressure on the NHS to cut costs, is leading to worse health outcomes for patients/public health. Focus on medicines and access to medicines.

Pharmaceutical Journal: News analysis

  • Teenage abuse of prescription drugs.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Feature

  • Developing a vaccine for rhinovirus.
  • Pharmacy-led hypertension initiatives.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Learning

  • Rashes in children.
  • Advising patients on sun safety and the appropriate use of sunscreens.


July 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: assessment & management.

Clinical Pharmacist: Insight

  • Testosterone replacement therapy. An expert in men’s health explains why testosterone replacement therapy is under-utilised and the evidence for their use is strong.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Feature

  • Dementia medicines optimisation.  Feature investigating how community pharmacists can help dementia patients and their carers with taking medicines.
  • Multiple myeloma. Feature telling the story of transformation of care for patients with multiple myeloma over the past decade. Interviews with haemotology pharmacists and doctors, myeloma charities and academic researchers working in the area.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Comment

  • PILs and SPCs. Why PILs and SPCs are not fit for purpose and the need for an overhaul.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Learning

  • Dementia care.
  • The Health Living Pharmacy framework.

August 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: Insight

  • Headache/migraine.

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Diagnosis and classification of stroke. 

Pharmaceutical Journal: Feature

  • Novel drug delivery methods. Looking at the four most promising novel drug delivery methods in development.
  • Drones. Examining the use of drones to deliver medicines and other health supplies.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Comment

  • Poverty and medicines access. A commentary piece on how the growing poverty in Britain, combined with an increasing pressure on the NHS to cut costs, is leading to worse health outcomes for patients/public health. With a focus on medicines access.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Learning

  • How to support blind and partially sighted patients to ensure safe and effective use of medicines.

September 2017

Pharmaceutical Journal: Feature

  • Genomic medicine. Looking at how genomic medicine will be integrated will be integrated into mainstream NHS services.
  • Parkinson’s disease.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Infographic

  • History of statins. Double-page spread looking at the history of statins, including regulatory, safety and usage data.

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