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Under pressure

Childhood and the teenage years are a time of emotional and physical changes, what is being done to support their mental health?

Child health

This team training learning module focuses on the mental health of young people.

Old drugs, new tricks

More than a century after their discovery, we are still learning about risks and benefits of aspirin and paracetamol

Social pressure cuts antibiotic prescribing

A study suggests “socially motivated interventions” aimed at prescribers reduces inappropriate prescribing

Patient-centred care

This learning module considers how putting patients at the centre of their care improves their health and wellbeing. 

It’s a kid thing

The pharmacy team is ideally placed to help parents tackle some of the health concerns that arise during childhood.

Pharmacy cuts: uncertain times

The funding cuts are still causing shockwaves throughout pharmacy. What could they mean for pharmacy staff?

COPD link to anxiety highlighted

Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can experience generalised anxiety disorder

Excel in your Summer Exams!

Exams; we've been doing them for quite a while now. So you think we'd be used to them, prepared for them, ready to face the seemingly never ending assessment process of a pharmacy student's life. And yet, the majority of us will spend the next few months with rocketing levels of stress, sleep deprivation and the dreaded eye bag "I don't know what sleep is anymore" look. Keep reminding yourself that it is all worth it in the end!

Migraine linked to IBS...

IBS, migraine and episodic tension type headache seem to share a pathophysiological and genetic basis

Hayfever: Clearing the air

Nearly 18 million Britons now suffer from hayfever – and numbers are continuing to rise sharply.

It's not all in the mind

Despite mental illness being so common and awareness levels increasing, there is a damaging taboo surrounding the issue.

Cancer death rate falls

Cancer death rates in the UK have fallen by almost 10 per cent over 10 years, according to Cancer Research UK

Diabetes care still variable but more BP targets are being hit

Marked variations in diabetes care still persist, according to the latest National Diabetes Audit

UKCPA viewpoint: Using generic inhalers

We consider the role of generic inhalers in asthma and COPD.

CPPE: Polypharmacy spring learning campaign

CPPE's latest learning campaign aims to highlight the issue of polypharmacy.

Myopia rates to soar by 2050

Five billion people – half the world’s population – could have myopia by 2050, according to new research

Diabetes found to affect breast feeding

New mothers with low milk supply are significantly more likely to have had diabetes during pregnancy

Giving skincare a makeover

We review the medicated skincare category

Being a pre-registration tutor

This CPD module covers the various aspects of being a pre-registration tutor

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