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Electron micrograph of Hepatitis E viruses (HEV)

Hepatitis E virus infection: signs, symptoms and managementSubscription

Frequency of hepatitis E infection is increasing in developed nations, and further research is needed to help develop effective treatment strategies for patients with both acute and chronic infections. 

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The working lives of pharmacy technicians

Emma Wilkinson investigates the effect of expanding pharmacy technician roles on job satisfaction.

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Tipping the scales: the problem of drug dosing in obese patientsSubscription

As obesity levels rise, pharmacists are finding they need new tools to ensure they adequately tailor the amount of medicine patients receive.

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Staying Well This Winter

Pharmacists are ideally positioned provide to health advice and care to patients during the winter months. Read The Pharmaceutical Journal's special report on managing coughs, colds and flu in the community pharmacy.

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