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April 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Depression in adults: recognition and management

Clinical Pharmacist: Perspective

  • A new way to examine acute cough in the pharmacy
  • Demonstrating value for the NHS of community pharmacy: insight from the Future model

Clinical Pharmacist: Insight

  • HIV resistance – ARV drug resistance/timeline/solutions. An expert clinical commentary piece around a call to combat antiretroviral resistance. The piece will look at the issue of ARV drug resistance, a brief timeline of where it started, where we are today, and possible solutions to combat this problem.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Editorial

  • Access to medicines

Pharmaceutical Journal: Q&A

  • Lancet list of essential medicines. Interview with authors of the new list of essential medicines.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Comment

  • NHS procurement of drugs methodology needs rethink.  Sebastian Stachowiak, general manager of Shire pharmaceuticals explains why the current NHS drug procurement model is flawed and suggests ways to improve it.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Feature

  • Smart inhalers. This feature will look at the development of smart inhalers, which have integrated or add-on sensors that transmit usage data to a smartphone app or PC.
  • Big data projects. This feature will look at how big data is being used to improve prescribing and patient outcomes.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Infographic

  • Over-the-counter trends. This double-page infographic will look at trends in the OTC market in 2016.

May 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: Insight

  • Drug reclassification.

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Heparin induced thrombocytopenia.

Clinical Pharmacist: Review

  • Antimicrobial stewardship. Considerations and limitations in geriatric care settings.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Editorial

  • E-cigarettes.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Comment

  • Price gouging. Legal opinion piece on drug price hikes.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Learning

  • Pertussis.
  • Anticipatory (pre-emptive) prescribing in the community as part of palliative care.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Feature

  • Blood-brain barrier. This feature will cover the nature of the blood brain barrier, how it stops drugs getting to the brain and how pharmacologists and medicinal chemists are now creating innovative methods to break through.
  • Rhinovirus. This feature will look at research to develop a vaccine against rhinovirus, a cause of the common cold. Why has a vaccine not been developed before now?

Pharmaceutical Journal: Infographic

  • History of statins. This double-page spread will look at the history of statins, including regulatory, safety and usage data.

June 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: Insight

  • Lifestyle medicine. From the famous Dr Aseem Malhotra, prominent cardiologist who is a big pusher of lifestyle medicine, anti-statin and anti-sugar campaigner.

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Pharmacological interventions in ADHD in children and adolescents.

Clinical Pharmacist: Review

  • Emerging treatments for Gram-positive infections.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Q&A

  • Don Berwick. Author of the famous NHS Safety report in 2013 (Berwick report). Spoke at the Wales meds safety conference in November 2016. Works at Harvard and has worked for the Obama administration.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Comment

  • PILs and SPCs. Why PILs and SPCs are not fit for purpose and need an overhaul. By Theo Raynor. Cites recent research.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Feature

  • Multiple myeloma. This feature will tell the story of the transformation of care of multiple myeloma patietns over the past decade through interviews with haematology pharmacists and doctors, myeloma charities and academic researchers working in this area.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Infographic

  • Sunscreens. This double-page spread will look at the various sunscreens available and how they work.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Learning

  • Smoking cessation.
  • Advising patients on sun safety and the appropriate use of sunscreens.

 


July 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Bronchiectasis: diagnosis, treatment and management.
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: assessment & management.

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.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Comment

  • POM to P meds.

Pharmaceutical Journal: Learning

  • Dementia care
  • Drug misuse guideline update

August 2017

Clinical Pharmacist: Insight

  • Headache/migraine.

Clinical Pharmacist: CPD

  • Diagnosis and classification of stroke. 

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.

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