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Sight for sore eyes

Experts are concerned about the effects excessive screen time can have on the eyes… but what do they mean by excessive?

Renal therapeutics: part three

Part three of this renal therapeutics CPPE module looks at chronic kidney disease, its causes and how to prevent its progression.

Opening doors

The NPA says it’s time to improve everyone’s knowledge of pharmacy's potential as planning for AYP Week gets underway.

Antimicrobial Resistance

This CPD module looks at antimicrobial resistance and the pharmacy team's role in tackling this patient safety threat.  

The management of prediabetes

This module provides an overview of prediabetes and its management, including identifying risk factor and making appropriate referrals.

Skincare training for pharmacy

Delve into dry skin management and understand how you can make a difference to customers looking for advice, support and product recommendations to help manage their compromised skin.

Upper gastrointestinal health

Now take a look at the upper gastrointestinal tract and understand the different issues that it can be affected by.

Supporting customers to sleep better

Explore the rotating pack shot to find out more about Nytol Liquid Caramel Flavour, a clinically-proven alternative to sleeping tablets, and understand how you can support customers to sleep better. 1.0.0.20

Business planning in a changing world

Understanding what you are trying to achieve and what success looks like is vital if your team and your business are to grow

Winter is coming

The approaching cold and flu season is always a busy time for pharmacy. Are you ready?

Wake up to sleep matters

A third struggle with sleep and more than 80 per cent of us experienced stress last year

Repairs or improvements?

Expenses and capital expenditure are treated very differently by the taxman 

Pregabalin

This pharmacy scenario is about pregabalin and how to use it for pain management effectively whilst being aware of its risk factors.

Let’s get digital, digital

With over half of Brits using health apps and wearables on a daily basis, the PAGB is calling for more digital solutions.

Tackling prescribed medicine dependence and withdrawal

Community pharmacists need to be part of the solution for the millions of people across the UK grappling with prescription drug dependence and withdrawal.

A window of opportunity?

Winter is on the way and with it an increase in common minor ailments such as cough, cold, sore throat and flu.

Back to basics

Deaths related to asthma attacks have increased, raising the question of whether enough is being done for its basic care.

Cannabis-based medicines: an update

With NICE having recently published draft guidance on cannabis-based medicinal products, catch up with this round up.

A new season dawns

The uptake of the pharmacy flu jab is increasing every year, and all pharmacy staff all have a part to play.

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.

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