Community pharmacists can be an important source of information about cannabidiol (CBD) but they also need to ensure that the CBD products that they sell are correctly licensed… read more.
Medication order errors are a significant, and preventable, public health problem. The widespread deployment of electronic health records and computerized order entry systems has largely reduced medication order… read more.
New study finds women who experience recurrent UTIs are unhappy with limited management options for the painful condition. Despite the prevalence of the painful condition, women are fearful and… read more.
Medicines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to treat one illness could be repurposed by academics and non-governmental organisations as therapies for other illnesses, as part of… read more.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are set to benefit from a further investment of up to £15.9m over the next four years. This investment, announced by Health Education England… read more.
Chest discomfort associated with a heart attack or heart event may often be felt beyond the chest, with many people reporting pain in their shoulders, arms, jaw, neck, back and… read more.
A study of rheumatology patients and clinicians has found that while the majority found phone or video consultations more convenient than face-to-face consultations, they viewed so-called telemedicine as… read more.
Inviting your MP to spend a day shadowing your work is a good way to raise awareness of the critical work that pharmacists undertake in the healthcare system,… read more.
In response to Sajid Javid’s statement that he would give pharmacists the right to prescribe to give doctors more time with patients, Jonathan Ashworth immediately tweeted that pharmacists… read more.
Patients using take-home technology following non-elective surgery resulted in significantly greater detection and correction of drug errors, and reduction in patients’ pain, says a national study led by… read more.