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NHSE claims success at reducing antibiotic prescribing

Antibiotic prescribing down 7.9 per cent in 2015 compared to 2014

You are the missing link

Pharmacy bodies working together, so should contractors by collecting petition signatures

The difference between Optive eye drops explained

Leyla Hannbeck shares answers to topical questions put to the NPA's Information Dept

NPA delivers 'Support Your Local Pharmacy' message

NPA delivers pharmacy support message to Skipton House

Snake venom used to develop blood clotting medication

Clotting medication unaffected by blood-thinning drugs developed with snake venom

A friend indeed

Charles Gladwin looks back on 175 years of Pharmacist Support

FMD – coming soon

The Falsified Medicines Directive will apply across Europe from February 2019

Giles Pharmacy wins national Alphega award

Monika and Archie Unger recognised by Alphega for their high standards

DH extends funding consultation by two months

2016/17 funding consultation deadline extended until May 24

Giving skincare a makeover

We review the medicated skincare category

Choices and decisions

There’s no doubt the Department of Health has managed to achieve what it intended with the funding cuts. Pharmacy has become a frenzy of engagement, activity and debate – something our representative bodies have never before been able to achieve. Despite years of endless conferences, campaigns and even a government-backed call to action, it’s taken a £176m threat to our income to jump-start a reaction.

All-party group calls for national self-care strategy

NHS is failing to use self care to tackle rising demand for scarce resources, says report

Making the case for pharmacy

Claire Ward sets out Pharmacy Voice's response to government proposals for the profession

NHSE funds national antibiotic resistance programme

Up to £150,000 available to each CCG to fund measures to tackle antimicrobial resistance

Prescription charge increase criticised

Script charge in England rises to £8.40 from April 1

Get the bigger picture, N Ireland contractors told

Belfast contractor Terry Maguire highlights key pharmacy figures to Northern Ireland pharmacists

N Ireland independents told to think differently

Numark's John D'Arcy tells members in Northern Ireland that profit is not a dirty word

Welsh common ailments scheme leaves England isolated

England is now the only home nation without a national common ailments service

Independents reject hub and spoke

Cambrian survey: 90 per cent of independents against wider use of hub and spoke

Infrared themography used to monitor joint inflammation

Brian Collett rounds up the latest clinical news from around the world

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