The impact of 6% pharmacy funding cuts as part of efficiency savings has not been considered and pharmacy professional bodies must campaign against it.
New national guidelines on treating menopause symptoms in women will re-open the discussion between clinician and patient on the merits of using hormone replacement therapy.
Pharmacists need to collaborate with pharmacy technicians and support staff to enable safe and effective delegationSubscription
To realise new ways of working means moving away from traditional professional boundaries and enabling the pharmacy workforce to take on different roles if it benefits patients.
Understanding the value of learning objectives and what makes a successful one.
Overcoming barriers to effective consultation with adults with learning disabilities and practical ways to improve pharmacy consultation skills, using patients with Down’s syndrome as an example.
John-Arne Røttingen tells his story about the Ebola vaccine trial in Guinea, made possible through an unforeseen international collaboration and elaborates on why further collaboration is needed in the future.
The value of team building for pharmacy staffSubscription
Strong, united teams that work efficiently and collaboratively to achieve common objectives is the goal for any organisation. But can team building help pharmacy teams work better together?
Between 1,000 and 3,000 pharmacies — as many as one in four — could close in England as a result of government cuts to funding for pharmacy, the All Party Pharmacy Group (APPG) has warned.
A drug commonly prescribed to treat dementia could help prevent falls in patients with Parkinson’s disease, according to research published in The Lancet Neurology on 12 January 2015.
Contraceptive implant linked to repeat abortionSubscription
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