Pharmacy Show

First time for IBS charity

The IBS Network is exhibiting for the first time on Stand PJ19.

Partners for travel

Valneva UK Ltd has developed the Valneva Partnership Programme to support pharmacists in providing a travel service.

Delivery service on offer

CitySprint Health’s pharmacy-to-home service is revolutionising home delivery.

Omnicell showcases systems

Omnicell, UK&I, will be on stand PD10 at this year’s Pharmacy Show showcasing its VBM filling machine.

Blister technology 'ideal' for community pharmacy

Pharmacists visiting Stand PE12 at the show will be able to find out more about Synmed’s blister packaging technology.

A scrip for success!

Now celebrating its 10th year and with over 8,500 visitors expected, this year’s Pharmacy Show, 8-9 October, at the NEC, Birmingham, is shaping up to be the best yet.

Automation frees time

The benefits of automation are vast, says exhibitor BD Rowa.

Pivotell support for pharmacy filling

Pivotell automatic pill dispensers are used by health and social care professionals as a component of a care package for vulnerable adults.

Nature's Bounty on show

The Nature’s Bounty range of vitamins and nutritional supplements will feature on the Solgar Vitamins stand.

New range from O'Keeffe's

O’Keeffe’s, “dedicated to hardworking skin care”, is launching a range of new products at the show.

Dry eye solutions from Altacor

Clinitas Soothe Multi is a preservative-free eye drop that offers “rapid and prolonged relief from dry-eye discomfort”.

New pharmacy only antimalarial

The pharmacy only antimalarial Maloff Protect will be featured on the Glenmark Pharmaceuticals stand (PC31).

New from Cegedim RX

At this year’s show, Cegedim (PF40) will be introducing a number of exciting new products and services.

Rokshaw is back

Rokshaw Laboratories is returning to the Pharmacy Show after a four-year absence.

New Readyspex range and computer glasses

ReadySpex will be exhibiting their new range – Eleglance reading glasses – on Stand PG58.

Omron BP monitor to feature

The Omron M7 Intelli IT blood pressure monitor will be on display on Stand PF32.

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