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Relief from the nasal symptoms of allergy

With NHS England advising that OTC products should no longer be prescribed to treat mild-to-moderate hayfever, pharmacy’s role in supporting sufferers is more important than ever. This module includes self-care advice and product recommendations to aid customer conversations.

Headache in the pharmacy

This short, interactive module explores the differences between tension and migraine-type headaches, and uses a rotating packshot to introduce Syndol, a combination pain relief option that is now back on the market 

Helping customers with joint pain

This video-based module introduces a topical NSAID gel that can help relieve joint pain and stiffness caused by osteoarthritis, and demonstrates how diclofenac works to target pain and inflammation in the body.

Exclusive interview with Mark Livingstone, CEO, Pharmacy2U

Pharmacy2U has long been the bête noire of the sector, yet the business has ambitious plans. Interview with Mark Livingstone

Cold and Flu: First stop, Pharmacy

Ensure your pharmacy is customers’ first stop for cold and flu advice by completing this module, which covers self-care tips and OTC product recommendations for multi-symptom relief

Help, not harm: spotting the perils of self-harm

Would you recognise the signs if a young person were self-harming? And if you did, would you know what to do next?

Lower back pain

This module looks at lower back pain and sciatica, discussing coping and treatment strategies and when to refer to the GP

The management of asthma

This module considers the management of asthma and looks at how patient outcomes can be improved with pharmacy services

Treating tobacco dependence

This CPD module provides an overview of the latest NICE guidance on stop smoking interventions and services 

Erectile dysfunction

This module provides an overview of erectile dysfunction management and the Viagra Connect launch as an OTC product 

The treatment of psoriasis

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



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