Corrinne Burns is our Royal Pharmaceutical Society Correspondent
Pharmacy minister Steve Brine resigned from the government to support a move that gives MPs the chance to consider which form of Brexit they would support.
Cuts to public health grants in England have led to a 9% reduction in specialist smoking cessation services between 2017 and 2018, a survey from Action on Smoking and Health and Cancer Research UK has found.
Exclusive: More than 50% of pharmacies in the UK are not expected to meet the Falsified Medicines Directive deadline, the body running the system in the UK has said.
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It’s been a busy year for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS). The Society co-hosted the 2018 International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) Congress, which saw more than 3,000 delegates from 107 countries gather in Glasgow during 2–6 September. The Society used the congress to launch its professional development core curriculum, the product of five years’ work to help support pharmacists through their career development.
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can be an added stressor to an already challenging job in pharmacy. Corrinne Burns caught up with pharmacists living with symptoms of the condition to find how they manage them.
Pharmacists should take advantage of Pharmacist Support’s free wellbeing workshops, which cover time management, stress management and building resilience.