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A helping hand

Over half of all mental health conditions start before the age of 14. Pharmacies can help to signpost expert support.

Insight: Joint Pre-Reg in Community and Education (Buttercups Training/Evans Pharmacy) x Jeananne Mulligan

So what brings an Irish girl living comfortably in Manchester all the way down to a place she’d never really been before? An amazing pre-reg opportunity of course - what else! Find out more about this unique Buttercups training opportunity through the eyes of a former pre-reg!

Form & function: Advancing our knowledge of GI health

Our understanding of many aspects of gastrointestinal function is still in its infancy

Insight: RB Marketing internship x Felicia Yew

How would you stand out against the other 50 candidates and bear in mind that you have no marketing experience?...Find out how Felicia Yew secured her internship at Reckitt Benckiser a Multinational company!

CPD module: Diabetes

Guidance and resources on prediabetes, weight loss and exercise and the possibility of diabetes remission.

Scenario: Kidney dialysis

Pharmacist Paeveen on the options available when a patient waith kidney disease love to travel

Clinical review: Antihypertensive medication

We take a detailed look at the drugs in the different classes of antihypertensives

AFÖP Ball 2019 -A Viennese Whirl

Our Northern Area Conference organiser Andrew Moy attended the Austrian Ball der Pharmacie hosted in the Hofburg Palace in Vienna - find out more about the ball and Andrews's experience here!

Multiple sclerosis: an overview

This module is about multiple sclerosis and identifying the symptoms.

Relief from the nasal symptoms of allergy

With NHS England advising that OTC products should no longer be prescribed to treat mild-to-moderate hayfever, pharmacy’s role in supporting sufferers is more important than ever. This module includes self-care advice and product recommendations to aid customer conversations.

Cold and Flu: First stop, Pharmacy

Ensure your pharmacy is customers’ first stop for cold and flu advice by completing this module, which covers self-care tips and OTC product recommendations for multi-symptom relief

Generic actions to reduce errors

Medicines often have similar sounding names and similar looking packaging, particularly generics. Make sure you don't get caught out.

Cadham Pharmacy - Health Centre and Travel Clinic

"I was so inspired by Bernadette Brown's speech in the BPSA Area Conference in Glasgow that I decided to contact her and spend a day there." Sagarika Ojha tells us about her experience at Cadham Pharmacy

Insight: Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA) x Sylvia Lobo + Vanessa Horne

Interested in a career in regulatory affairs? Have a read of Sylvia and Vanessa's route into the profession and learn about TOPRA and the SPIN group!

Knowing me, knowing you

What makes one pharmacy different from others? Understanding consumer loyalty can help, and a net promoter score is one way to measure it 

Blood pressure screening and management

This CPD module provides an overview of hypertension, including the causes and risk factors, diagnosis and treatments.

Unblock the route to ear and sinus health

Its not just noses and throats that prompt customers to visit a pharmacy in the winter months. Ears and sinuses can be just as problematic. 

A Year of Adventure in FIP

"I had the privilege to work in the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) as a project coordinator of the Young Pharmacist Group (YPG). The work took a lot of energy and time, but nothing can compare to the experience of working with enthusiastic pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists around the globe." Read about Tommy Chen's experience with FIP and the YPG

Alternative Pharmacy Careers Conference: Where will your Pharmacy degree take you?

The APC conference aims to raise awareness of unconventional career paths that pharmacy students can pursue in the future and to showcase how many opportunities the MPharm degree offers.

Clinical briefing: How far have we come on cancer survival?

Crucial advances have been made but there are still barriers to improving survival rates

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