Pharmacists, particularly those in the community, are closer than ever to being offered the new opportunities in clinical practice.
Genetically engineering humans: a step too far?Subscription
Among scientists and health professionals there are differing opinions on how far we should take genetic engineering. Robert Sparrow and Glenn Cohen discuss the merits and dangers of using this technology beyond disease treatment and prevention.
Risk stratification and ongoing care is important in non-ST elevation acute coronary syndrome, the new collective term for unstable angina and non-ST elevation myocardial infarction.
Community pharmacists in Canada are delivering a new type of mental health service called the Bloom Program.
How to recover from making a mistake at workSubscription
Hospitals outperforming primary care on antibiotic stewardship, says Public Health EnglandSubscription
When it comes to implementing toolkits for antimicrobial stewardship, hospitals are doing better than primary care, according to research by Public Health England.
Antioxidant shows promise in preventing hearing loss caused by aminoglycoside antibioticsSubscription
Researchers are calling for a clinical trial to determine the protective effects of N-acetylcysteine in reducing the risk of deafness in patients taking aminoglycoside antibiotics for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
2015 RPS award winners announcedSubscription
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McKesson announces more takeover plansSubscription
Confidence in our future pharmacistsSubscription
Ditch the pharmacist registration examSubscription
Calendar packs can aid adherenceSubscription
Disciplinary measures are appropriateSubscription
Exam failures help control pharmacist numbersSubscription