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Pharmacy Show 2017: the full report

This year’s Pharmacy Show saw high profile speakers from all corners of UK community pharmacy. Here's a full round up.

Embracing self care for life

The 19th annual Self Care Conference focused on how to engage and empower people to embrace self care and considered community pharmacy’s role in this, as well as what more needs to be done.

Price wars

The price of EHC hit the national headlines recently, opening up a heated debate

A fresh start?

With the future of the UK’s political landscape uncertain, pharmacy bodies have called on the Government to make good its pledges and support community pharmacy.

TM teams up with Pancreatic Cancer Action

As PCA is named official charity partner for RoE 2017, TM caught up with the charity's patron Dr Hilary Jones to find out what pharmacy can do to raise awareness of this devastating disease.

Pharmacy funding cuts: the aftershock

Community pharmacy was left reeling after an epic parliamentary debate ended with a vote in favour of the imposed funding cuts, despite opposition from MPs and the public

The heart of the matter

Pharmacy and primary care organisations have called for caution following a recent headline warning of a link between heart failure and NSAIDs

This time it’s personal

Public Health England is asking ‘How are you?’ to adults across the country, as part of a groundbreaking new campaign.

Dealing with chronic wounds

Innovative new treatments are set to transform care for people with chronic wounds, as Mark Greener discovers.

PHE endorses e-cigarettes

Public Health England has published an independent review endorsing the use of e-cigarettes for smoking cessation.

Expanding the public health workforce

The RSPH urges all public-facing workers, including bar staff and hairdressers, to discuss health issues with the public.

Pharmacy stars shine

Pharmacy stars shone at this year’s TM Recognition of Excellence Awards.

A smoke-free future

The Government to set the UK on a path to a smoke free future by 2035.

The pharmacy effect

New research finds that pharmacies can make a huge difference to patient outcomes

Sharing is caring

Healthcare professionals and organisations should share decisions about care with patients.

The SMART training survey

Presenting the findings of the SMART training survey

21st century pharmacy

Pharmacy needs to firmly establish itself as a caring, compassionate sector, according to Rob Darracott.

The time is now

Community pharmacy risks missing out on an NHS frontline role due to its slow response to change

A view to the future

NHS leaders have recognised community pharmacy’s potential to help improve urgent care and public health.

Electric avenue

A dramatic rise in the number of people using e-cigarettes is creating a dilemma for community pharmacy staff.
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