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What to expect when expecting

Pregnancy is the ideal time for pharmacy teams to develop a long-term relationship with parents.

Smoke alarm

Fewer people are using local stop smoking services. We consider how pharmacy teams might counter the effects of this dangerous trend

General practice and the pharmacy pilots

The shortage of GPs is creating a crisis that this year’s pharmacists in general practice pilot may help to relieve

Trends towards health and wellness

The trend towards healthy living presents pharmacy with an ideal opportunity to engage with customers

OTC treatment of colic and infant pain

Colic is a distressing condition for babies and parents alike, although the causes remain unknown. Alan Nathan explains how OTC medicines can be used to ease symptoms

Give a positive message

How can pharmacy staff help overcome stigma around HIV testing and reach out to at-risk groups in their community?

CPPE

Download the latest CPPE learning modules available to students. 

Educational Resources

As a member of the BPSA, you also have access to material provided by external organisations. Below, you will find access to the other organisation provided.

The ‘sandwich carer’ generation

Many women have the responsibility of caring for multiple family members and their health can suffer as a result.

All in the head

Many people visit pharmacies asking about headaches, so it’s essential that teams can give the best possible advice.

Headache and migraine

This team training learning module focuses on headaches and migraines.

Contraception update from CPPE

CPPE has launched a new contraception e-learning programme.

My first experience of a Public Health Awareness Campaign.

In the summer of 2015, I went on a holiday to India for 6 weeks to visit my family and friends. Little did I know I was going to be involved in a public health awareness campaign which was an amazing life experience. As a part of the 61st International Pharmaceutical Students Federation (IPSF) World Congress, I visited a small secondary school in Hyderabad, India to conduct my first ever Public Awareness Campaign.

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Autism link to antidepressants in pregnancy

Using antidepressants during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of autism spectrum diseases

Medicines optimisation in anticoagulation

This CPD module covers medicines optimisation in anticoagulation

UKCPA viewpoint: antimicrobial stewards

Antimicrobial resistance is a major threat to future healthcare and has clinical, public health and economic implications.

Executive

The BPSA has an Executive of 19 volunteers who manage the functions of the BPSA

There's no place like home

For Jennifer Moran, six months into her new role, the customers and team at Harrison Healthcare already feel like family.

Polypharmacy increases elderly hospitalisations

Polypharmacy and other factors associated with increased risks of hospitalisation among nursing home residents

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