Clinical

Nystatin suspension

This pharmacy scenario focuses on nystatin suspension.

Alcohol misuse: part two

This module is the second in our CPPE series about alcohol misuse.

Could you identify oral cancer?

Can you recognise the signs and symptoms of oral cancer? With the number of cases on the rise, time to brush up on your knowledge

SGLT-2 inhibitors cut hospitalisations and deaths

SGLT2 inhibitors found to reduce heart failure hospitalisations by more than a third

Mild cognitive impairment and dementia

This CPD module provides an overview of mild cognitive impairment and dementia.

Learning disabilities: part five

This is the fifth and final module in our CPPE series about learning disabilities.

Mild cognitive impairment and dementia

This module provides an update on the signs, symptoms and management of mild cognitive impairment and dementia

Health checks and diabetes prevention

This CPD module provides an overview of health checks and diabetes prevention.

Stem cells help stroke patients to walk again

Brian Collett provides a roundup of the latest health news from around the world

Antidepressants might increase hip fracture risk

Antidepressant use might lead to hip fracture, according to a new study from Finland

Verapamil for rhinosinusitis?

Verapamil dramatically improves symptom scores in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis and nasal polyps

NSAIDs and paracetamol linked to hearing loss

NSAIDs and paracetamol might increase the risk of hearing loss, according to an analysis of 55,850 women

UKCPA viewpoint: Microbionta and IBS

With better understanding of the body’s microbionta, treatment strategies for IBS will change significantly

Occupational sun exposure linked to cancers

Occupational sun exposure causes about one in 50 cutaneous malignant melanomas, equivalent to approximately one death from, and five new cases of, the cancer each week in Britain, new figures suggest

Acid suppression increases gastroenteritis risk

Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and H2 receptor antagonists seem to increase the risk of bacterial gastroenteritis, according to research in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

Obesity linked to asthma in children

Children with asthma seem more likely to become obese than those without asthma, the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine reported recently

Health checks and diabetes prevention

This module provides an update on both the NHS Health Check and NHS diabetes prevention programmes

Rotavirus vaccine is preventing gastroenteritis in infants

Infant rotavirus vaccine reduces the number of episodes of acute gastroenteritis by up to half and saves £12.5m a year

Chickenpox

This pharmacy scenario focuses on chickenpox.

Menstrual migraine

This pharmacy scenario focuses on menstrual migraine.
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