As reports of inappropriate prescribing for dementia patients continue to increase, it is crucial that the issue is taken seriously.
The dangers of addiction to the opioid, which were not anticipated at the drug’s launch, serve as a reminder that pharmacists always have more to learn.
Pharmacists should leave quackery in the past and focus on evidence of efficacy when selling over-the-counter drugs.
The British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association has called for MPharms lecturers to improve their teaching skills after concerns were raised by students at the association’s annual conference.
Emergency contraception and smoking cessation should be commissioned nationally, say pharmacy organisations
Pharmacy organisations are calling for a single national service specification for prevention services in community pharmacy, such as smoking cessation and the provision of emergency hormonal contraception.
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