The new medicine service: evidence that community pharmacists are looking after patients while saving NHS resourcesSubscription
The latest research which shows the new medicine service is cost-effective is just what community pharmacy needs in these challenging times.
It is time for England to follow the lead of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and abolish prescription charges.
Several clinical trials have been stopped because of safety concerns, but pharmaceutical companies should not lose their nerve.
The results of the recent national pharmacy board elections are in, but there is little change to report.
It is vital that pharmacy engages with sustainability and transformation plans now to avoid being left behind.
HIV services need to evolve to meet new needsSubscription
A stronger, less fragmented system of HIV services is needed in order to keep pace with the changing needs of patients.
Allowing pharmacists to sell sildenafil would offer men a convenient, safe, and perhaps less intimidating, channel for seeking professional advice and treatment for erectile dysfunction.
We outline some of the issues pharmacists might like to consider before they cast their vote in the UK general election on 8 June 2017.
While the implications of Brexit on drug regulation in the UK are largely unknown, the government needs to consider its options quickly to avoid delaying public access to important medicine.
The new urgent medicine supply scheme from NHS England requires more thought and revision.