Pharmacy representatives and C+D readers have shown their support for Monitor's plans to pay pharmacists for taking on a share of the emergency care burden
From the archives: A pharmacist at the front
This year marks 100 years since the outbreak of World War I and, in the words of a reader, “There can be no greater memorial than from the words of those who were there”
FTP lessons you can learn: the BBC scandal
In the third of our series on fitness-to-practise learnings, solicitor Ravi Gupta explains why a pharmacist filmed selling antibiotics over the counter avoided removal from the register
Sponsored content: How to grow your babycare category
Nasal hygiene is a £1 billion global market and products such as saline sprays could present a business opportunity for pharmacists
The perfection injection
The use of anabolic steroids to build muscle is becoming increasingly common. So what are the dangers associated with this trend and how can pharmacists help?
How does the public view pharmacy?
News Editor James Waldron discusses this week's conflicting reports that awareness of services is up but patients are still not walking through the door for health advice
NMS – what we have learned
How can anyone doubt the success of the NMS? The evaluation has sparked debate among pharmacists, their representatives, GPs and academics
Blurred visions from Westminster
Despite warm words, leading politicians have done little to engage with pharmacy in the past. As the general election looms, which party, if any, can pharmacy trust to show its support?
Update Module 1716 This module covers types and development of lymphoma, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and drug regimes used in chemotherapy
A patient with breast cancer is struggling with the side effects of Tamoxifen and concerned about an upcoming holiday. What can you advise?
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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
Forty-nine per cent of respondents think that NMS funding should be spent on other parts of the pharmacy contract despite the positive evaluation of the service, poll shows
Leading GPs, including NHS Alliance chair GP Mike Dixon, are hopeful that the NMS could lead to a more collaborative relationship with pharmacists following last week's evaluation of the service by Nottingham University