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Preventing falls in older peopleSubscription


How pharmacy teams can reduce the risk of falls in elderly people by identifying risk factors and managing medicines.


Omar El-Gohary, superintendent pharmacist at Chemist Direct

Connecting with hard-to-reach patients via an online pharmacySubscription


Superintendent pharmacist Omar El-Gohary enjoys the challenge of combining medicines, business and technology expertise in his role at online pharmacy Chemist Direct.

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How pharmacists in Scotland can help combat antimicrobial resistanceSubscription

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Jacqueline Sneddon, project lead for the Scottish Antimicrobial Prescribing Group, and Annamarie McGregor, professional support pharmacist at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, explain how pharmacists in Scotland can improve antimicrobial stewardship.


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