Clinical

University survey on rheumatoid arthritis launched

A University of Manchester survey will find out what pharmacists think about the management of rheumatoid arthritis.

Health Watch - March 2019

Brian Collett brings you the latest clinical news.

Health Watch - February 2019

Brian Collett brings you the latest clinical news.

Healthwatch - January 2019

Brian Collett brings you this month's research news.

Healthwatch - December 2018

Brian Collett brings you the month's research news...

Increase in October concession price for Risperidone

The PSNC has announced that last month’s price concession for a pack of 60 Risperidone 2mg tablets has risen to £20.

Community pharmacy clinical audit published

The audit looks at advising people with diabetes on the importance of receiving their annual seasonal flu vaccination.

'Keep Antibiotics Working' campaign returns

This year, a bespoke version of the successful 'non-prescription pad' has been developed specifically for pharmacists.

Ground breaking therapy for children with leukaemia

Up to 30 children a year in England with ALL are to be offered the CAR-T therapy, Kymriah.

Better support for LTCs could reduce A&E pressures

More evidence of the benefits of helping people effectively manage their long term health conditions has emerged in a briefing by the Health Foundation.

Antibiotics pose hospital risk to Alzheimer's patients

People with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are more often hospitalised after antibiotic initiation than people without AD.

PHE offers 'Personal Quit Plan'

Smokers will be advised that NRT products are most effective when used in combination.

Flu vaccination guidance 2018/19

NHS England has published information to help pharmacies to plan for the 2018/19 flu vaccination season.

NICE QS171 sets standards for meds management in social care

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published Quality Standard (QS171) on medicines management for people receiving social care in the community.  

Health Watch - September 2018

Brian Collet brings you a range of clinical research news for September. 

Coeliac sufferers still going undiagnosed

New research shows that around half a million people in the UK are still living with undiagnosed coeliac disease. 

Honey first for coughs, says NICE

Clinicians are being advised in most cases not to offer antibiotics as they make little difference to a person’s symptoms.

RPS backs greater use of pharmacist independent prescribers

The RPS has published a new GB-wise policy on independent prescribing. 

E-cigarette key weapon in NHS arsenal, say MPs

E-cigarettes should not be treated in the same way as conventional cigarettes, say MPs.

Aggressive lowering of systolic BP reduces dementia risk

Reductions in the risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI), and the combination of MCI and dementia, have been shown for the first time.

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