Inside the Pharmaceutical Journal
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This year, all but one of our most-popular research briefings were, unsuprisingly, on the topic of COVID-19.
Our research briefings are concise and informative; they keep readers up to date with the latest developments in science and clinical research — from novel uses for existing drugs, to studies assessing potential new treatments.
In 2018, our most popular research briefings covered new areas of research that have been particularly topical this year — including medical cannabis, new antibiotics and e-cigarettes — as well as areas that have long been of interest to pharmacists, such as pain management and adherence.
Catch up on this year’s most read clinical trial stories, many of which cover important research into adverse effects of commonly used drugs.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has had a busy and challenging year. Julia Robinson describes the most popular ‘Your RPS’ articles of 2016.
Last year saw a significant shift in the pharmacy landscape, with calls to better utilise the clinical knowledge and skills of pharmacists, and expand their role within the multidisciplinary team.