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UKCPA: Advice on heart failure drugs needs clarifying

Recent advice from MHRA on the use of heart failure drugs has caused confusion

Scenario: Suspected abuse

Technician Vicky is concerned about a young girl of 14 who has been asking about going on the pill. There is a man with her...

CPPE: Prescribing course

CPPE’s course aims to support pharmacists looking to refresh their prescribing skills

CPPE: Places on leaders’ programme

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UKCPA: Mothers and epilepsy

The safest policy for a mother with epilepsy and her baby is for her to take the medication and be seizure-free.

CPPE: Do you have the right skill mix in your pharmacy?

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UKCPA viewpoint: Miconazole and warfarin

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What’s new in COPD & asthma care (part 2)

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What’s new in COPD & asthma care (part 1)

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UKCPA viewpoint: Management of post-op patients

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UKCPA viewpoint: Perinatal mental healthcare

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UKCPA viewpoint: Being an antibiotic guardian

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CPPE: new learning campaign on learning disabilities

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With better understanding of the body’s microbionta, treatment strategies for IBS will change significantly

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CPPE: Helping to tackle workplace pressure

CPPE has launched a coaching service to help pharmacy professionals deal with pressures in the workplace 

CPPE: Management of epilepsy

CPPE has launched a new focal point programme on epilepsy with workshops now running across England

UKCPA viewpoint: Entresto

Pharmacists are likely to soon start seeing prescriptions for Entresto, a new treatment for heart failure
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UKCPA: Advice on heart failure drugs needs clarifying

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