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Stuck in the 1950s: why UTI diagnosis badly needs an update

Stuck in the 1950s: why UTI diagnosis badly needs an updateSubscription

Urinary tract infections are the second most common reason for prescribing an antibiotic and, with antimicrobial stewardship a priority for the government, the stakes for accurate diagnosis are being raised ever higher.

Special report: treating common minor ailments in the pharmacy

Pharmacy First and the Community Pharmacy Consultation Service are placing pharmacy at the centre of helping patients self-care as a way to manage minor conditions. Here is our guide on how to handle the range of cases that may present in the pharmacy.

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Special report: COVID-19 pandemic

Pharmacists will be on the front line as the coronavirus crisis unfolds. Here's the latest advice and developments as they happen from The Pharmaceutical Journal team.