A SUMMARY of Pharmacy in Practice content for April. We’ve had a huge month – viewing figures have doubled in April, so thanks for your support and to all our great contributors. If you’d like to submit a blog or have information you’d like to share, then please get in touch.
- Scottish Pharmacy Board candidates announced
- Pharmacy2U directors to face FtP hearing
- GPhC launches consultation on new standards
- RPS I Love My Pharmacist Awards 2016 gets underway
- BPSA and RPS announce development of pre-foundation programme
- Scottish Labour would extend minor ailments service
- Promote e-cigarettes widely, says Royal College of Physicians
- Scottish contractors invited to apply for automated technology grants
- Scottish mainfesto summaries
- Johnathan Laird: MURs are necessary, but pharmacist must aim higher
- Ross Ferguson: MURs are just a symptom of the disease
- Michael Holden: The future of pharmacy lies in collaboration
- Mike Hewitson: Community pharmacy 2017 and beyond
- Edward Snelson: The 10 real reasons not to prescribe antibiotics
- Does pharmacy need more pharmapreneurs?
- Substance misusers are patients, not criminals
- Jaidev Mehta: What does a hospital pharmacist do all day?
- Ben Merriman on why he is proud of community pharmacy
- RPS English Board candidate Rob Severn outlines his views
- Johnathan Laird – mental health RPS hustings answer
- Patient safety in community pharmacy
- Antibiotic resistance – it’s happening now
- What to do in an asthma attack
- The new In-Check Dial
- Salbutamol in asthma – how much is too much?
- Juvenile Spring eruption
- What’s it like to be a pharmacy technician in America?
- So, what does a pharmacy technician do all day?
- How to administer Emerade injection
- How to administer an EpiPen adrenaline auto-injecter
- NES polypharmacy app
- Common enzyme inhibitors and inducers
- Electronic health records – RPS guidance
- #CPC16 in pictures – day 1
- #CPC16 in pictures – day 2
- LPF day in pictures
- RPS Scotland – a year in pictures