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Treating tobacco dependence

This module provides an overview of the latest NICE guidance on stop smoking interventions and services, including those offered by community pharmacies

Erectile dysfunction

This module provides an overview of the management of erectile dysfunction (ED) and the launch of the switched product Viagra Connect

The treatment of psoriasis

This module describes the main features of chronic plaque psoriasis and its treatment, focusing on first-line therapy for mild-to-moderate disease

Malaria prevention

This module provides an overview of malaria and will update your knowledge on the latest prevention options available including OTC medication.

Common disorders of the outer and middle ear

This module will help you understand common disorders of the outer and middle ear. It runs through the features of each condition, the management options and possible complications.

Common disorders of the inner ear

This module will help you understand common disorders of the inner ear, summarising the distinguishing features of each condition, management options and any potential complications that could arise.

Key clinical developments in 2017

This module will provide community pharmacists with an overview of the major developments in clinical practice during 2017.

Pancreatic cancer – the role of the pharmacist

This module will help you spot potential symptoms of pancreatic cancer among pharmacy customers, to help aid early diagnosis 

Community pharmacy and palliative care

This CPD module, which appears in the July 2017 edition of Pharmacy Magazine, looks at community pharmacy and palliative care

Patient safety in community pharmacy

This CPD module will help pharmacists and their teams recognise the importance of reporting patient safety incidents.

Treatment strategies for bipolar disorder

This CPD module looks at treatment strategies in primary care for managing bipolar disorder

Home MURs for vulnerable older people

This CPD module looks at carrying out MURs for older people in a domiciliary setting

Mild cognitive impairment and dementia

This module provides an update on the signs, symptoms and management of mild cognitive impairment and dementia

Health checks and diabetes prevention

This module provides an update on both the NHS Health Check and NHS diabetes prevention programmes

CPD: Anxiety disorders in adults

This module will help you understand the main types of anxiety disorder and their therapeutic management

Key practice developments of 2016

This CPD module looks at key practice developments in pharmacy over 2016

Falls prevention and osteoporosis

This CPD module looks at pharmacists' role in managing falls prevention and osteoporosis

Getting your CPD in order

With continuing fitness to practise drawing ever closer, it is time to make sure your CPD is up to speed

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

This CPD module looks at how pharmacists can help children and young adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Working with GPs

This CPD module looks at how best to work with your local GPs
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