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Clinical Pharmacist

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Emergency oxygen treatment is used two million times a year by ambulance services, and almost one in five hospital patients in the UK are being treated with oxygen at any one time.

Oxygen therapy: emergency use and long term treatmentSubscription

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Emergency oxygen treatment is used two million times a year by ambulance services, and almost one in five hospital patients in the UK are being treated with oxygen at any one time.

This article will use theoretical case studies to illustrate common problems associated with contraception and treatment options to consider.

Hormonal contraception: practice-based case studies Subscription

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The wide range of hormonal contraception available means that patients can present with a range of problems or concerns that require advice or assessment

A wide range of hormonal contraception is available, giving women greater choice in selecting a method appropriate for them

Hormonal contraception: methods and patient eligibilitySubscription

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A wide range of hormonal contraception is available, giving women greater choice in selecting a method appropriate for them.

Comment

The UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, pictured, recently reiterated his commitment towards a full seven-day NHS and stated that the expansion of weekend working would be dependent on staff working more flexibly, not longer hours

The government should listen to the healthcare workforce before it pushes ahead with seven-day servicesSubscription

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The government needs to listen to healthcare professionals’ concerns about implementation of seven-day services.

Update

ICS have neutral effect on mortality in COPD despite pneumonia risk

Clinical Pharmacist’s monthly news round-up: the top 10 in the past monthSubscription

What has been happening in the world of pharmacy? Here’s our pick of must-read news from the past month.

Career development

When writing a research proposal you should produce a concise, clear summary. Putting together a proposal can take a considerable amount of time, so you need to be able to justify investing your time and that of your research team (pictured)

How to prepare a proposal for pharmacy researchSubscription

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A research proposal is often necessary to secure the required funding or resources. Cathy Geeson explains what to consider when putting a proposal together.

Clinical Pharmacist

June 2015, Vol 7, No 5

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A wide range of hormonal contraception is available, giving women greater choice in selecting a method appropriate for them.

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