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Here comes the sun

The risk of ill health ruining a holiday can be concerning, but planning ahead can be all it takes for a happy holiday.

Travel health

This team training learning module focuses on travel health.

Something in the air

What can pharmacy do to help the ever increasing incidence of hayfever and allergy in the UK?

Assisted Dying

As the Group Leader of the Pharmacy Law and Ethics group at RGU, my job is to get pharmacy students engaged with all things related to pharmacy law and ethics.  Needless to say, law and ethics underpin the pharmacy profession.  It is not black and white but very much a grey area in which decisions vary with each individual, but that is what makes the subject so interesting!

Careers in Focus - Lottie Bain

Lottie Bain Pharmaceutical Development Graduate, AstraZeneca What does your current role involve and how did you end up with your current job? I completed my pre-registration year in hospital, and had an absolutely fantastic experience. However, I have always been interested in all sectors of pharmacy and had summer placement experience in community, hospital and industry as an undergraduate.

Building strong relationships

This service excellence learning module considers the importance of building stronger relationships with your customers.

E-cigs help tens of thousands to quit

E-cigarettes probably helped between 16,000 and 22,000 additional smokers quit for at least a year during 2014

Medicines optimisation in care homes

This CPD module provides an overview on medicines optimisation in care homes.

Children's health headliners

We review the children's health category

Golimumab in UC sees benefits within six weeks

Two-thirds of patients receiving golimumab for moderate to severe UC show a significant clinical response within six weeks.

Vitamin C could delay cataract progression

A diet rich in vitamin C could cut the risk of cataract progression, suggests research in Ophthalmology

A man's world

Why is a man's life expectancy four years less than a woman's and how can pharmacy help change this health inequality?

Contraception for teens

This Pharmacy Scenario focuses on contraception for teenagers.

Frontline leaders

Leadership training is not just for pharmacists, pharmacy staff are equally able to develop the relevant qualities and skills.

Polypharmacy: part one

The role of pharmacy teams in understanding polypharmacy.

Making a difference

Pharmacy technician Pippa Scrimshaw has been talking to patients in their own homes about their medicines for over 12 years.

RPS Foundation programme

Parveen is working in the pharmacy one afternoon when Zara, her old pre-registration trainee, pops in for a chat...

Polypharmacy: part two

Optimising medicines in polypharmacy and adopting a patient-centred approach.

Oral care: Something to smile about

NICE has issued new guidelines on oral health advice given by dentists that could benefit pharmacy

Polypharmacy: part three

How to put your new and/or improved knowledge of polypharmacy into practice.

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