Up to one in five women experience mental health problems during pregnancy or within a year of giving birth
A pharmacy technician led blood monitoring service introduced in Brighton has been shown to demonstrate significant savings and enhance patient safety
Medicines containing valproate are contraindicated in pregnancy for migraine and bipolar disorder and should only be used in epilepsy if no other effective treatment options are available.
Pharmacy staff from both hospital and primary care settings can play a key role in
One cannot escape the media attention around concerns about painkillers and the comparisons being made
In the UK about 2500 babies per year are born to women with epilepsy (0.3-0.5
Reported penicillin allergies lead to treatment with inferior antibiotics as penicillins are often the most
Prescribing pharmacists at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board West have integrated within the pre-operative assessment clinics since 2012.
A paper published in the European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy has concluded that ward-based hospital
The important point about cancer awareness and cancer screening is the need to detect cancer
Emergency Department (ED) performance as measured by the four-hour target reached a record low in
Clinical pharmacists should be an integral part of general practice, according to a new independent
The GPhC now requires a reflective account record as part of your revalidation submission.
Lindsey is Medicines Optimisation Research & Development Lead at the Pharmacy Department at John Radcliffe
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
Dr Keith Ridge CBE, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for England, tells us about his career pathway,