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BPSA Policies 2017-2019

The BPSA is proud to release its official policies for 2017-2019 as voted on by the past three delegations of the BPSA Annual Conferences.

My Student Exchange Experience – 2 weeks of sun, fun and pharmacy

Every year the BPSA organises several student exchanges with countries around the world, Liv was one of the lucky students to go. She tells us all about her experience in Croatia.

Medicines Optimisation in the Academic Health Science Networks

Pharmacy technician Helen Baben tells us all about her career path and her role within one of these networks, working to improve health whilst generating economic growth.

EPSA and Me

Daniela, a BPSA member, tells us all about her brand new role within the European Pharmaceutical Students' Association and how you can get involved!

Up in smoke

Statistics reveal a further decline in people lighting up, but there’s still much to be done before the UK is smoke-free.

Renal therapeutics: part two

Part two of this renal therapeutics CPPE module looks at the effects of medicines and how ADME are affected in patients.

10 minute clinic: colds and cough

This handy 10-minute clinic is a quick reference guide that will help you advise customers on colds and cough.

Strength in weakness

Breaking the stigma surrounding bladder weakness can help people have access to life-changing information and products.

Melanoma

This pharmacy scenario is about melanoma and how to spot the signs and be aware of changes to the skin. 

The great CBD oil conundrum

Consumer interest in CBD oil is growing fast but should pharmacists embrace the market as a new opportunity or run for the hills? 

Making a difference in asthma care

This module updates community pharmacists on best practice in asthma care.  

It’s not you, it’s me

It’s time to split up with smoking, according to PHE, as preparation for 2019 Stoptober campaign gets underway.

Unwelcome guests

Uninvited guests in search of free bed and board, such as head lice, scabies and threadworm, need to be addressed quickly in order to prevent entire households being infected.

Ticked off

How can pharmacists help to tame ‘one of the most dangerous animals in Europe’?

BPSA Representative Applications Have Re-opened

BPSA Representative Applications Have now Re-opened!

Erectile dysfunction

Many men experience erectile dysfunction, pharmacy teams can help with lifestyle interventions or licensed medicines.

Eye on the ball

It's important to understand the leading causes of sight loss and how pharmacy teams can help customers protect their eyes.

Cereal offenders

In the UK, 70 per cent of people with coeliac disease remain undiagnosed as the symptom overlap between the condition, irritable bowel syndrome and non-coeliac gluten sensitivity pose real diagnostic challenges

Talking it over

The latest data from the NHS shows an increase in referrals to talking therapies, as well as a rise in recovery rates for people experiencing anxiety and depression. 

Caught short

Bladder weakness has a substantial effect on quality of life but is often viewed as a stigmatising condition – so not everyone asks for professional help...

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