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Analysis

Hub and spoke won’t work, says NPA

Hub and spoke dispensing is unlikely to improve safety or benefit patients, according to an NPA review

Back to the future – what next for pharmacy?

After looking back over the 21 years since Pharmacy Magazine was launched, what might the future hold?

Time flies... 21 years of Pharmacy Magazine

Pharmacy @ 21: We look back at the key events that have shaped pharmacy in the 21 years of Pharmacy Magazine

Our 'top ten' advances in medicine over 21 years

Pharmacy @ 21: We select 10 of the most significant advances in medicines to have taken place over the past 21 years

Obesity out of control worldwide

Obesity is spiralling out of control across the globe and must be tackled now using a wide range of measures.

Caring for the care homes

Pharmacists could make a huge difference to the quality of life of care home residents, according to the RPS.

Pharmacy IT: Welcome to the future

The Government is determined that its NHS digital projects will bring healthcare into the 21st century.

New joint pain resource for HCPs

An evidence review of the most popular OTC options for managing osteoarthritis joint pain has been published.

Is hub and spoke really the answer for pharmacy?

The Government wants pharmacies in England to adopt hub and spoke dispensing models – but is this feasible?

Dementia: a brighter future?

New treatments for dementia will be available within a decade, but progress is needed for sufferers today.

Sliding screens: NHS health screening in crisis?

The public is confused about the national screening programmes and, worryingly, uptake of the tests is falling.

NHS health checks finding those at risk

NHS health checks in England have prevented 2,500 heart attacks and strokes in the first five years.

Number of people with diabetes tops 4 million

The number of people living with diabetes in the UK has tipped over the 4 million mark for the first time.

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