Joint working between pharmacy and GP organisations will ensure both professions are heading in the same direction and remain focused on patient outcomes.
Drug metabolism: manipulating the microbiome Subscription
Understanding how symbiotic bacteria that help maintain health interact with medicines is an emerging field of research.
Mandatory vaccination will protect all citizensSubscription
We cannot allow freedom of choice to endanger the lives of whole populations, so governments need to step up efforts to enforce vaccinations.
To coincide with World Tuberculosis Day on 24 March, the World Health Organization has called for support to achieve an ambitious new 20-year strategy to end the tuberculosis epidemic by 2035. Mario Raviglione, director of the WHO’s Global TB Programme, discusses the tasks and challenges ahea
Zahid Latif has worked in drug discovery projects across the UK and now leads efforts to promote innovative medical research collaborations between industry and academia.
The risk of death caused by use of antipsychotic drugs in people with dementia is greater than previously thought, and increases in line with dose, research suggests.
Study links use of macrolide antibiotics in pregnancy to infant epilepsy and cerebral palsy Subscription
A slightly increased risk of epilepsy or cerebral palsy for babies whose mothers take macrolide antibiotics during pregnancy has been found by UCL researchers.