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Renal therapeutics: part one

Part one of this renal therapeutics CPPE module looks at types of renal impairment and risk factors for chronic diseases.

Scarlet fever

This pharmacy scenario is about scarlet fever and what to do if a customer has this highly contagious condition.

The secret life of pets

Pets may be popular, but their owners aren’t always aware of what preventative treatments they need. By teaming up with local vets, pharmacies can improve the lives of pets, and help avoid problems for owners too.

Annual Conference

78th Annual Conference 

Catching up on missed sales

To a consumer it's just a nuisance. To a retailer, unmet demand is lost business

Understanding abdominal pain, cramps and IBS

This short video explains the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and how it differs from abdominal cramps to help you recommend a suitable product for your customer’s needs.

Listen up!

Alan Nathan looks at commonly asked questions about ear problems…

When should customers fork out?

Despite their growing popularity, there remains a great deal of public confusion about when VMS supplements are recommended or useful.

Time to think topical

Helping customers choose the right topical analgesic for their individual needs is key if they are to gain optimum benefit.

Reacting to allergy

In a survey earlier this year GPs said that up to 90 per cent of their appointments with summer pollen sufferers were unnecessary and could be dealt with in the local pharmacy. They are absolutely right.

Sustaining a culture of quality improvement

Recognising and rewarding high quality clinical services will continue to transform community pharmacy. But how do you promote the right culture to sustain an overall focus on quality improvement?

Under pressure

While the body’s need for a good night’s sleep is increasingly understood, research shows that we’re actually sleeping for less time than ever before due to anxiety and stress

Supporting women's health

From mental health to menstrual health, pharmacy teams need to ensure they are able to offer advice and support

Step by step

People often take their feet for granted but being known as the place to go for help when things go wrong is a great way to increase footfall in your pharmacy...

Tackling the opioid crisis

The prescription opioid time bomb has focused clinical attention on chronic pain and inspired a raft of management initiatives across the UK.

June 2019 Registration Assessment Feedback

The BPSA Graduate Officer's Feedback Report on the June 2019 Pre-Registration GPhC Assessment 

Asthma: part four

Part four of this asthma CPPE module looks at management tools and how treatment differs in children.

Children's pain and fever

Pain and fever can cause much distress in children, pharmacy teams can be there to provide reassurance and expert advice.

“Even more concerns” around new apprenticeship proposal

The PDA said the second proposal for a pharmacy apprenticeship has generated "even more serious concerns" than the first.

“A curate’s egg” - responses to funding deal come in

Community pharmacy's unprecedented five-year funding deal has been met with a range of responses.

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