With the UK seemingly existing on a diet of ultra-processed food there’s an opportunity for pharmacists to make a difference to people’s health through targeted monitoring and nutritional and lifestyle advice.
In today’s world the pill should be a Pharmacy medicine, as community pharmacists can safely and conveniently prescribe, supply and monitor
Problems with the quality of the air that we breathe and the impact it can have on our health have not gone away
The Government is backing digital healthcare in a big way, but is the public interest there yet?
How can we tackle inappropriate prescribing and poor adherence in elderly patients?
Community pharmacists could do significantly more to improve vascular health says Professor David Taylor
The phased supply of the new adjuvanted ﬂu vaccine for people over 65 years is causing problems with the pharmacy ﬂu service
In the first of a series, Professor David Taylor from UCL School of Pharmacy asks what is meant by 'public health' and where pharmacy fits into this definition
A new report investigates why women are overlooked when it comes to HIV and says the issue needs addressing urgently
Public health funding in England is being cut year-on-year and this is having a direct impact on sexual health services commissioned by local authorities at a time when demand is rising
Pharmaceutical advances since the formation of the NHS in 1948 have saved countless lives, Mark Greener writes
So the sugar tax has been introduced – will it be able to counter the numerous health issues caused by the UK’s sweet tooth?
The NHS was set up to meet the health needs of everyone... so why are people still falling through the cracks?
Teenage pregnancy rates have almost halved in eight years but this could be reversed by cuts to contraceptive services
Pharmacy teams want to play a much bigger role in public health but some barriers keep getting in the way, says a new report