Pharmacists taking part in the boycott told C+D they were no longer accepting products from Teva in the hope it would encourage the Israeli government to reconsider its treatment of the Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip
FTP lessons you can learn: the importance of insight
In the second of our series on fitness to practise, Hempsons explains why a lack of insight caused a pharmacist who stole prescription medicines to be struck off the register
What has pharmacy achieved since 1994?
Emma Weinbren talks about C+D's latest themed issue, which examines the pace of change in pharmacy over the past 20 years
Time waits for women
Pharmacy’s most powerful women evaluate progress in the last 20 years on unequal pay and management roles for women
It was acceptable in the nineties
The world has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. So has pharmacy kept up at an acceptable pace and what will the next two decades bring?
One giant leap for prescriptions
Why prescribing of antidepressants, statins and diabetes treatments has rocketed in the past
20 years – and how pharmacists can help
Putting pharmacy first
Superdrug has transformed from a retail business into a key player in the pharmacy market over the past 20 years. Superintendent pharmacist Christine Burbage reveals all.
Dispensing demands: now and then
Fresh NHS data on dispensing in England reveals a sharp rise in volume, markedly increased demand for certain therapy areas and a high number of free prescriptions
Update Module 1712 This module covers the incidence, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, stages and survival chances of prostate cancer plus PSA and support for patients
A young mum of two toddlers comes in and is anxious about a melanoma she's just had removed. How can you reassure her?
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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
Only a third of people consider community pharmacy to be a primary care provider, aYouGov survey commissioned by Pharmacy Voice has shown
The government must review its definition of patient harm as stock shortages can cause them unecessary anxiety, says APPG
Pharmacy consortium PharmaBBG explains how its pioneering, joined-up approach has reaped rewards