London pharmacies will be delivering all adult and most teenage vaccines – including pertussis and hepatitis C – by this time next year and the rest of the country will soon follow, says head of immunisations Kenny Gibson
Expert Jason Clarke answers your questions on how to put an end to those EPS bugbears once and for all
Are GPhC premises inspections working?
Emma Weinbren talks to Beth Kennedy about how the GPhC plans to respond to feedback on premises inspections
Pharmacists have repeatedly faced accusations of profiteering from addiction, but how fair is this view?
Depending on which headline you read, e-cigarettes are either a smoking cessation saviour or an imminent health threat. So what is the truth?
Two sides to the Bestway story
Co-op Pharmacy MD John Nuttall and Bestway CEO Zameer Choudrey give their perspectives on the pharmacy deal everyone has been talking about
Better safe and sorry
The GMC is consulting on strengthening professional sanctions on doctors, so will the GPhC be following in its footsteps? Almost certainly, says solicitor Philippa Doyle
The student number conundrum
Extensive consultation and debate has shown support for a cap on pharmacy school intakes, so why is the government leaving student numbers uncontrolled?
Update Module 1725 This module covers the function of our largest organ, plus the symptoms, management and complications of impetigo
Your customer is convinced her teenage son's skin condition is connected with his partying. Do you agree?
A patient with a recent diagnosis wants your advice. What can you tell him about the condition?
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C+D Salary Survey 2013 Given the scale of the challenges facing pharmacists today, the results of this year's investigation are unsurprising – but they are still a cause for concern
NHS England is hopeful that pharmacists will contribute to "a conversation" on how healthcare should change
What will it take for the government to act on stock shortages, asks contractor Mike Hewitson, who's demoralised by having to apologise for factors beyond his control
Nothing ever seems to happen quickly in pharmacy, says Jennifer Richardson, but there are some areas where progress is being made