Societal attitudes towards HIV need to keep up with the advances in drug development and treatment for the illness.
Ways to boost pharmacy practice researchSubscription
Although interest in pharmacy practice research is growing, there is plenty that needs to be done to boost engagement and participation.
The overwhelming evidence about the dangers of long-term use of mefloquine leaves the UK Ministry of Defence little excuse to continue giving this drug to soldiers.
Tooth eruption and teething in childrenSubscription
Identifying symptoms associated with primary tooth eruption, the available treatments and best practice for management.
Being a trustee for a charity enables pharmacists to gain skills in leadership, organisation and teamwork. Ingrid Torjesen finds out what being a trustee involves and how you can become one.
The costs of NHS medicines prescribed in hospital and in the community in England rose by 7.8% between 2013–2014 and 2014–2015.
NICE backs use of HRT for menopausal symptomsSubscription
Hormone replacement therapy should be considered to treat menopausal symptoms and healthcare professionals should be more willing to discuss this option with patients, according to the UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
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‘I Love My Pharmacist’ 2015 champion revealedSubscription