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Generic panic post-Brexit

How are pharmacy and pharmaceutical players ensuring patients have access to medicines post-Brexit?

Cannabis conundrums

Certain medical products derived from cannabis are now available on prescription in the UK. Richard Hough examines a decision that could have wide-ranging implications for patients…

Call for pharmacy to be more supportive of women carers

Pharmacists are in an ideal position to empower women in these roles, says new report.

Pharmacists play key role in elderly adherence, says FIP

Dosage administration aids and reminder systems are among a list of pharmacy interventions with evidence of improving adherence to medication in elderly patients.

London locum rates 'well below average'

London rates fell well below the average for the UK, at £18.07 per hour.

Benchmark survey: make your voice heard

ICP and CIG Research want to hear your views on the key issues affecting pharmacy in 2018.

Research shines light on importance of health literacy

Patients with limited health literacy have poorer health and are more likely to die early.

Cold & flu remedies 'distress purchases', finds survey

The survey also found that adults in the 35-44 age group were most likely to consult a pharmacist.  

All systems go

Claire Ward examines the possible implications of Accountable Care Systems on community pharmacy.

Leading a continent

New PGEU president Raj Patel discusses the scale of the challenge ahead of him

Can pharmacy make it happen?

Can the profession 'Make it Happen' without Pharmacy Voice? asks ICP Editor Steve Bremer.

Independents lead the way in public health

A review of the Building Capacity report, which examines pharmacy's role in public health

A whole box of unknowns

Claire Ward considers community pharmacy's position at the start of a new year

Welcome to 2017 - the year of the optimist

The editor's welcome to the new year

Time to get savvy

Time to revisit your business practices in light of funding cuts

Looking on the bright side

Pharmacy Voice chair Claire Ward urges independents to think positively after funding cuts shock

The way forward

Claire Ward considers what contractors might do next after funding cuts

What now?

Funding cuts go ahead against best advice

Medicines safety, EU-style

Pharmacovigilance procedures in Europe discussed

Add it up

Claire Ward suggests a little more teamwork could go a long way

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