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Medicines safety

We can do more to improve medicines safety for patients in the NHSSubscription

How pharmacists are at the forefront of a national scheme to make the NHS the safest health service in the world for medicines.

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Leading the way to self-care for acute pain

Pharmacists supporting patients to appropriately treat sudden, short bouts of pain through self-care will put patients at the centre of their treatment.

Ash Soni, president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Challenging the acute pain status quo

Changes at NHS England mean that now is the time for pharmacists and their teams to reassess how they support patients with acute pain, says Ash Soni, president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

Special report

Medicines Safety

During February, The Pharmaceutical Journal will publish a series of articles on medication safety and how to prevent the 200 million drug errors in the NHS each year. #PJrightmedicine #medicationsafety #pharmacy

Focus on Joint pain

Manage patients with joint pain safely and effectively with our latest Focus, brought to you in partnership with GSK.


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