Learning

Hypertension

This module aims to develop a better understanding of current target blood pressure levels, issues around measuring blood pressure, and advice for patients using blood pressure meters

Food allergy

Charles Gladwin considers the nature of food allergies and approaches to managing them

Preventing dental caries

Approaches to consider in tackling dental caries

Nutritional supplements

Pharmacists should be fully aware of the extent of VMS needs and the opportunities to encourage better uptake  

Thrush and bacterial vaginosis

How to manage and treat thrush and bacterial vaginosis  

Sports injuries

This CPD module considers the risks of injury associated with sports activities, and treatment and prevention options

Wound care and minor injuries

Dressings are continually evolving both to improve wound healing and to reduce pain and discomfort during the process. Charles Gladwin looks at some of the factors to consider around dressings and plasters for minor injuries

Treating dandruff and seborrhoea of the scalp

Alan Nathan considers OTC treatment of these common scalp conditions

Pet health: treating fleas and ticks

Charles Gladwin considers the lifecycle of fleas and ticks, their prevalence, the sorts of problems they cause for pets (and humans), and approaches to dealing with infestations

Common eye conditions

This CPD module provides pharmacists with information on some common eye conditions encountered in the pharmacy.

Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis

This CPD module refreshes pharmacists’ knowledge of the management of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Actinic keratosis and skin cancer

This CPD module provides pharmacists with an update on the treatment of actinic keratoses and skin cancer.

Winter health

This CPD module provides pharmacists with an overview of the symptoms, diagnosis and management of cough, cold and flu.

Immunisation services in community pharmacy

This CPD module looks at the role community pharmacy can play in providing immunisation services.

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