The 2017-18 edition of The Pharmacy Guide to Infant Feeding is now available. The infant feeding category can be confusing for pharmacy teams, with different guidelines for babies of different ages, plus regulations stating who can and cannot recommend milks.

Designed to help everyone in the team to navigate the rules, advice and products in this category, this comprehensive and essential training guide is packed with information that will help you learn about or refresh your knowledge of the infant feeding category and the nutritional requirements of babies, from newborns to toddlers.

This year’s edition features sections on the role of the pharmacy team in the baby category, communication skills and clinical summaries, as well as updated information on infant formula milks, multiple choice questions, practice points and CPD notes.



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