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Focus on antibacterials

CPPE ran a series of focal point events on antibacterials earlier this year

NHS England diabetes plan gets mixed reviews

NHS England has launched its plan of action to improve outcomes for adults with and at risk of diabetes.

Scenario: Binge drinking

Pharmacy technician Lucy is talking to her pharmacist Parveen about staying alcohol-free during January

Burning questions: upper GI Problems

What can pharmacists do to equip patients with the necessary knowledge to control their upper GI symptoms?

Teenage health services

Young people seem to draw the short straw when it comes to health services

Shocking smoking statistics

Thorax report reveals approximately 207,000 children in the UK between 11 and 15 years of age start smoking

One question to predict adherence?

The question that can prevent hospitalisation and save lives.

Less paunch, more punch

Half the population will be obese by 2050. Can pharmacy do more to help?

Making health checks count

Do NHS health checks and screening programmes work or merely cause concern among the worried well?

Will pharmacy have access to patient records?

Access to patient records may sound like a faraway aspiration, but this could soon be in the pharmacists’ hands  

Lifting the burden of stroke

Around 152,000 people in the UK suffer a stroke each year, and 50,000 people die because of it

Let's talk

STI diagnoses continue to rise among young people and condom usage appears to be waning

More than just a headache

With its multiple symptoms and disabling effect on sufferers, migraine is much more than just a headache

A fresh start

The New Year offers the chance to change and improve many aspects of life – including our health

Fighting the flab

Can you do more to get customers signed up for a weight loss programme?

Seeing past the smoke

Public Health England has been encouraging smokers to pick up an NHS Quit Kit from their local pharmacy.

A brighter future?

A new licensed agent for pancreatic cancer is due to be launched this year.

Beating the bloat

Many people will be suffering from tummy trouble but pharmacy is ideally situated to provide them with the right solution.

Pain can be better managed

Up to 10 million people in Britain suffer pain regularly. How can community pharmacies help improve and manage their pain?

Giving patients the best advice

Patients need to ask for advice, rather than self-diagnosing online and jumping to conclusions.  

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CPPE: ACPT programme extended

The ACPT programme is now open for applications from pharmacy technicians across England until September 2018

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