As the NHS approaches its 70th birthday, it is time to maximise the contributions pharmacists can make to healthcare in the future.
The Pharmaceutical Journal launches insight-led campaign to advance pharmacy’s role in management of osteoarthritis.
For pharmacists to make a difference in mental health care, there must be a push to provide appropriate training and resources.
Securing the best deal for community pharmacySubscription
Negotiators must not forget pharmacy's roots in any reform of the community pharmacy contract.
Marketing e-cigarettes towards children undermines the positive impact they have had on smoking rates in the UK.
The Pharmaceutical Journal’s first Twitter chat on gender inequality, in itself, will not fix the issues raised during the debate. So, now what?
Are you revalidation ready?Subscription
Revalidation began with doctors in the UK in 2012; nurses embarked on their version of the process in 2016. Each of these events marked a huge change for its respective profession, and now it’s pharmacy’s turn.
The Pharmaceutical Journal is asking readers to write a short piece on the theme of ‘Future Pharmacist’, where the winning entry will receive an Amazon Fire 7 tablet.
Now could be the time for LTC managementSubscription
Could the time finally have come for community pharmacy to show that it can manage long-term conditions?
Pharmacists' woes under the lensSubscription
In a survey delivered in 2017, The Pharmaceutical Journal asked members of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society — from all sectors of the profession — for their views on their salary, their career and the wider profession.
Vaping comes out of the smoking closetSubscription
Public Health England has called on the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency to expedite the licensing of e-cigarettes as medicinal stop-smoking aids.
Buying the public's trustSubscription
Launch of major campaign to encourage people to use community pharmacy and pharmacists as a frontline clinical service did not go entirely as planned
Drug researchers continue to investigate the efficacy of medicines long after they hit the market, so why should NHS services delivered in community pharmacy be any different?
Every four seconds a health or care professional in England accesses an NHS patient’s summary care record