Personal protective equipment is vital in allowing pharmacists to continue their essential work during the pandemic, yet pharmacies have not received enough to continue operating safely.
An urgent package of funding and support is required to enable pharmacists to support vulnerable people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are far too many female pharmacy professionals doing brilliant things that are going unrecognised. Help us change that.
'Pharmacy first' is a big opportunitySubscription
The expansion of Scotland’s minor ailments service is welcome, but pharmacy teams need support to deliver it.
Chronic pain places a huge burden on millions of individuals, families and carers in Great Britain. However, despite being such a prevalent condition, the tools for managing it are pretty blunt.
The Pharmaceutical Journal is announcing an initiative to share new information on how medicines can be used safely and effectively in children and young people.
The community pharmacist consultation service has been lauded since it was announced in July 2019, but it is similar to schemes that have been tried in recent years.
A year of change for pharmacySubscription
The profession is likely to undergo significant changes over the forthcoming year.
'Paperless NHS' drive ignores community pharmacySubscription
A lack of funding and the effects of the electronic prescribing system have meant that pharmacies are using more paper than ever.
Getting to grips with the polypharmacy challengeSubscription
Over the next two months, The Pharmaceutical Journal will publish the results of its call for papers on medicines optimisation.
Controlled drug complacency is dangerousSubscription
Despite the UK having robust measures in place to protect and monitor the supply of controlled drugs, reporting of incidents must improve.