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Bedminster Pharmacy in public health push

Award-winning Bedminster Pharmacy in Bristol has been busy raising awareness of two major health concerns: meningitis and bowel cancer.

NPA backs May Measurement Month

The campaign seeks to raise global awareness of hypertension and create the evidence base to influence policy makers.

Coeliac disease needs to be taken more seriously, charity urges

There still exists a perception that coeliac disease is not that serious, says the charity.

Medicine expert theme for World Pharmacists Day 2018

This year the focus is on the extensive expertise that pharmacists have and put to use every day to ensure better patient health.

Showcasing the best in ‘clean-health’

Whether it’s down to health, environmental factors or sustainability, the ‘clean-label’ movement shows no signs of abating.

Rising to the challenge

Around 300 representatives of the UK’s independent community pharmacy sector gathered recently in Borneo for pharmacy wholesaler Sigma’s 10th annual conference entitled ‘Making it happen’. Liz Jones reports.

Numark gets behind Stay Well campaign

The company has developed a series of training modules to help teams provide advice on minor ailments to first time parents and carers.

Be on your mettle for Iron Deficiency Day

Are you familiar with the symptoms of iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia?

Enamel health webinar: you're invited

Sensodyne Pronamel’s online panel discussion qualifies for 1 hour verified CPD.

Free places for ICP readers to Pharmacy Conference 2017

Taking place at the University of Salford, the keynote speaker is Deputy Chief Pharmaceutical officer of NHS England, Bruce Warner.

Sign up for Know Your Numbers! Week

Blood Pressure UK is calling on pharmacists to participate in Know Your Numbers! Week 2017.

Nurturing the soul of pharmacy

The 2017 FIP World Congress will give pharmacists the chance to get to grips with the “soul of pharmacy”, says co-organiser, Professor Betty Chaar.

Nurturing the soul of pharmacy

The 2017 FIP World Congress will give pharmacists the chance to get to grips with the "soul of pharmacy”, says co-organiser, Professor Betty Chaar.

Pharmacist Support honours its heroes

Pharmacist Support, the profession’s independent charity, has honoured its heroes at a special event at the Apothecaries Hall in London.

Are patients pulling the wool over your eyes?

Most British people are in complete denial about their health, and many will lie to health professionals without batting an eyelid, according to new research

Survey: people still reluctant to visit pharmacy first

More needs to be done to increase awareness of self care via pharmacy, report finds

Pfizer launches 'Kick it with help'

Pfizer enlists football professionals to promote expert stop smoking advice

More evidence needed, says expert panel

More evidence needed to convince commissioners, say experts

Commissioning failing to improve, Pharmacy Show hears

Services still only account for 3 per cent of pharmacy income

Invitation to BOPA dedicated community workstream

Community pharmacists invited to British Oncology Pharmacy Association symposium
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