While Brexit may not be the direct cause of worsening medicines shortages, it is distracting Westminster from giving the issue the attention it needs.
A smoking cessation expert and a pharmacist share their views on whether pharmacies should stock and recommend e-cigarettes to people who want to kick their tobacco habit.
Showing kindness and compassion is central to the delivery of patient-centred care and can help make better use of the short time pharmacists have in consultations.
Pharmacists must be able to advise UK-based travellers to malaria-endemic areas on the precautions they can take to protect themselves against the disease.
How do I boost low staff morale?Subscription
Three pharmacy managers provide their thoughts and advice to a colleague who is concerned about staff satisfaction and engagement.
Bal Matharu details a typical day at intellectual property firm HGF Ltd.
Unimpressed with new paper RPS membership cardSubscription
Online pharmacies required to verify patient ID before prescribing, under new GPhC guidelinesSubscription
Online pharmacies will have to verify the identities of patients they are prescribing for, under new guidance published by the General Pharmaceutical Council.
Proposals to develop a five-year apprenticeship scheme for pharmacists have been criticised as “highly disruptive to the profession”.
Antibiotic OTC treatments for sore throat could be fuelling antimicrobial resistance, researchers warnSubscription
Over-the-counter treatments that do not contain antibiotics should be considered for the symptomatic management of sore throat to help protect against antimicrobial resistance, researchers have recommended.
LloydsPharmacy’s male employees continue to earn more than their female colleagues as the company’s gender pay gap saw a 2.5% increase in 2018 compared to 2017.
The government has shared its proposals for a new community pharmacy contract for 2019/2020 “and beyond”, with the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee opening the latest round of negotiations.
NHS Tayside pharmacists felt 'professionally vulnerable' drug dosing concerns were ignoredSubscription
Pharmacists at NHS Tayside said they felt “professionally vulnerable” after changes to breast cancer drug dosing were introduced by a consultant breast cancer oncology team, a report by Health Improvement Scotland has found.