Pharmacy inspection rankings need an overhaulSubscription
The GPhC will scrap the satisfactory rating, but its premises inspection model needs more than a relabel.
The secret life of ketamineSubscription
Ketamine is being used to treat depression in clinics that are springing up across the United States, but uncertainty remains over its long-term use.
Teaching pharmacy students in NamibiaSubscription
Newcastle-based pharmacist Nicola Rudall took a career break to teach clinical pharmacy to students in Namibia, in south-western Africa. Here, she describes the challenges she encountered and why this role is so vital.
A vast amount of drug development data are being lost through the failure to publish the results of a high proportion of trials, particularly of drugs that did not go on to be approved, a study suggests.
Researchers in Australia have modified peptides from cone snails, which have the potential to provide relief to patients with hard-to-treat neuropathic pain.
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