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Wound care and minor injuries

Dressings are continually evolving both to improve wound healing and to reduce pain and discomfort during the process. Charles Gladwin looks at some of the factors to consider around dressings and plasters for minor injuries

CPPE: Caring for patients who might lack mental capacity

CPPE is running a workshop on caring for patients who might lack the capacity to make decisions about their medicines

Headache & migraine

Customers may not realise that there are many different types of headache and could be missing out on the best treatments

Professionalism

This learning module focuses on the importance of professionalism.

Social media reigns

Social media is increasingly favoured by charities as a way of raising funds and boosting awareness, but how effective is it?

Dr Dawn Harper supports National BV Month

Following the success of last year’s National BV Day, this year’s campaign will run for the entire month of April.

The problem with pollen

We sum up the latest product news and guidance in the hay fever category

Scenario: Preconceptual care

Claudia confides in pharmacist Parveen that she and her husband have decided to try for a second baby

Medicines optimisation in care homes

This CPD module covers medicines optimisation by pharmacists for care home residents

Community pharmacy and the hayfever season

Simplify the allergy fixture to make it easier for hayfever sufferers to find what they need

Joint talk

Pharmacies getting involved with Arthritis Care Week can help their customers better understand how to live with the condition.

Sport & fitness: Be a team player

By offering advice on the treatment of sports injuries, pharmacy staff are important team players for anyone involved in sport

From the frying pan into the clinic

Mushrooms aren't just a tasty addition to your dinner, they’re becoming increasingly important in medical treatment.

Pet health: Animals to the rescue?

Could the pet health category help to replace some of the income pharmacies are losing through funding cuts?

Rising to the challenge

After nearly 10 years as a medicines counter assistant, Joanne Macpherson is continuing to rise to new challenges.

MS and diet: a neurological enigma variation

Multiple sclerosis seems set to join the growing number of conditions linked to obesity and diet

Cut to the future

With the pharmacy cuts going ahead, what does the future of community pharmacy look like?

Here comes the sun

The risk of ill health ruining a holiday can be concerning, but planning ahead can be all it takes for a happy holiday.

Travel health

This team training learning module focuses on travel health.

Something in the air

What can pharmacy do to help the ever increasing incidence of hayfever and allergy in the UK?

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