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Exclusive offer to attend Clinical Pharmacy Congress

PM readers' chance to attend the Clinical Pharmacy Congress taking place at London ExCeL on April 22-23

Keele University launches falls risk assessment toolkit

Pharmacists now have free access to a new EMIS web protocol and template that identifies patients at risk of falls

Numark urges members to be 'dementia aware'

Numark has teamed up with Alzheimer's Research UK to encourage its members to support Dementia Awareness Week in May.

Time for a National Strategy for Self Care?

The APPG on Primary Care and Public Health has called for a National Strategy for Self Care.

Boots raises awareness of AF

Boots is helping people to understand how regular monitoring of atrial fibrillation can reduce the risk of stroke.

EPS hits 1 million prescriptions a day milestone

A total 500 million electronic prescriptions have now been issued through the system.

Variations in care and costs must be cut

Huge variations in standards of care and expenditure that exist across the health service are unwarranted.

There must be more consistency in pharmacy

RPS president Ash Soni has called for more consistency in service delivery across community pharmacy.

Dermatitis common among incontinence sufferers

Research suggests that more than half of incontinence sufferers experience incontinence-associated dermatitis.

CPPE tackles polypharmacy in latest learning campaign

CPPE's new learning campaign is on polypharmacy – get involved!

Drug Alert: Maxolon 5mg/ml

AMCo is recalling batches of Maxolon 5mg/ml as the outer carton contains incorrect administration instructions.

Outpatient dispensing better in the community?

Outsourcing hospital outpatient dispensing to community pharmacy is cost-effective, report finds.

All care homes need a pharmacist, says new report

Pharmacists should oversee the whole medicines management process in all care homes, says the RPS.

Sector responds to Government's pharmacy plans

PV and RPS respond to the Government’s plans for community pharmacy, following an initial stakeholder briefing.

New MS campaign launches

Experts are encouraging people with multiple sclerosis to access vital health services through a new campaign.

NICE looks at gastro-oesophageal reflux in young

NICE has published quality standards covering gastro-oesophageal reflux in children and young people.

Innovative NCP available through pharmacy

A new type of nicotine product, offering an alternative to NRT and e-cigarettes, is expanding into pharmacy.

More accessible prescribing data

OpenPrescribing.net is a new online platform that enables users to quickly and easily access prescribing information.

E-learning tool on type 1 diabetes

NICE has launched a new online learning tool on type 1 diabetes featuring interactive activities and case studies.

Oncology and haematology pharmacy research opportunity

A new funding partnership will allow pharmacists in oncology and haematology to undertake research.

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