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Muscle and joint pain

This Professional Assistant: Learn and Advise module focuses on muscle and joint pain.

Bowel health

This team training module focuses on bowel health.

Living with IBS

Irritable bowel syndrome is debilitating, distressing and usually lifelong but pharmacy staff can help people with the condition manage their symptoms.

New look for Effercitrate

Cambridge Healthcare Supplies has redesigned Effercitrate tablets with new packaging that highlights the distinctive lemon and lime flavour.

Sensodyne updates Rapid Relief

GSK has unveiled an updated, advanced formulation and pack design for Sensodyne Rapid Relief toothpaste.

Don’t suffer in silence

Dioralyte is back on TV screens as part of a £1.4 million campaign to drive product trial and encourage purchase in advance of the key summer sales period.

Market monitor: June

Product updates from Training Matters.

Man’s best friend

Merial has launched a £3 million media campaign for Frontline Plus, which will run until September.

Calling it quits

Nicotine replacement therapy brand NiQuitin has reformulated its 2mg and 4mg peppermint lozenges.

Recommending the most appropriate EHC

This module highlights these needs and also the importance of recommending the most appropriate product after unprotected sexual intercourse (UPSI), particularly within the first 24 hours.

Completing the picture in OTC pain management

This module introduces combogesic, a product to help complete the picture in OTC pain management.

First things first

As the weather warms up, many people head outdoors and requests for first aid supplies and advice become more common, but pharmacies can be on hand to help.

EllaOne gets social

EllaOne is addressing the need for accurate online information about emergency contraception by launching Facebook and Twitter pages for the brand.

Hayfever

This Professional Assistant: Learn and Advise module focuses on hayfever.

UniCough suggests new pathway for acute coughs

The manufacturer of UniCough has called for the traditional ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ cough classification to be abandoned.

What a pain

Helping customers to choose the right kind of treatment for their pain can be a tricky issue. Here, the experts provide answers to common queries.

A golden opportunity

Public awareness of the important role that pharmacy teams can play in providing oral care is low. But there’s plenty that can be done to change this.

Oral health

This team training module focuses on oral health.

Warfarin monitoring gets smart

Roche Diagnostics UK and Ireland has launched the next generation of INR patient self-monitoring meter for people on warfarin anticoagulant therapy.

Supplementing claims

With so many VMS products available, it can be difficult for pharmacy staff to know what to stock, let alone what to recommend. So which ones make a real difference?
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Latest News

NHS England wants extensive prescribing blacklist

The national commissioning body wants to see the end of prescribing of over 3,000 treatments for common conditions

Boots launches pharmacy technician apprenticeship

A brand new Pharmacy Technician Apprenticeship scheme is being launched by Boots UK this September.

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