The climate crisis is evolving at ever-faster rates, leading us towards irreparable ecological breakdown and the largest ever public health crisis.
Risk factors for maternal sepsis can be easily recognised, including caesarean section and operative vaginal birth.
A 51-year-old female patient with a history of a recent wrist fracture is reviewed in a pharmacist-led osteoporosis medication management clinic
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive disease, characterised by breathlessness and cough.
It is widely agreed that use of a urine dipstick alone for diagnosing UTI in patients of more than 65 years old is not advisable.
There were plentiful updates on heart failure topics that are relevant to practitioners interested in heart failure medicines optimisation
The British Thoracic Society (BTS) are due to publish guidance later this year on the long-term use of macrolide antibiotics in respiratory disease.
Last month UKCPA asked its members about their personal experiences of work-based pressures and the impact these are having on their health and well-being.
The Electronic Prescribing Medicines Administration system is the colourful electronic drug chart introduced in order to meet NHS standards and improve healthcare systems
David Sapsford finds working in the critical care environment to be the most rewarding of all of his professional activities
Prescribing pharmacists at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board West have integrated within the pre-operative assessment clinics since 2012.
The updated Professional Standards for Hospital Pharmacy Services published by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society provide a framework to improve current services
For many pharmacists, research and statistics are scary words. Which is why we’ve identified some useful resources to help you get your head around it.
On 30 March 2018, revalidation replaced the requirement for pharmacist and pharmacy technician registrants to complete CPD.
We know that pain management is a topic applicable to a large number of areas