Community pharmacists can now access free masters-level training supported by the Pharmacy Integration Fund
Pharmacists have been invited to help design a pharmacy installation that will raise public awareness of antimicrobial resistance.
Antidepressants are more effective than placebo for the acute treatment of adults with unipolar major depressive disorder, according to a new meta-analysis.
Only Boots-registered pharmacists at levels 5, 6 and 7 and pre-registration pharmacists will be allowed to vote in a ballot to decide whether to de-recognise the Boots Pharmacists’ Association
Asthmatic women who only use short-acting treatment are more likely to have difficulty conceiving compared with women who rely on longer-acting medication to manage their condition.
Three in ten pharmacies are failing to give important safety advice to customers buying over-the-counter medicines, such as paracetamol and ibuprofen.
Pharmacists are being invited to tender for an £8.5m contract to provide pharmacy services to prisons in Scotland.
The chair of the House of Commons Health Select Committee has asked health and social care secretary Jeremy Hunt to postpone plans to introduce a contract for a new model of healthcare organisation.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published draft guidance on how community pharmacy can promote health and wellbeing.
Conservative peer Lord Saatchi has called for a royal commission to consider how to secure the long-term future of the NHS.
NHS leaders and GPs have welcomed the decision to give health secretary Jeremy Hunt the additional responsibility of social care.
Researchers have re-analysed individual-level data from the only trial of doxylamine-pyridoxine.
In a study of new varenicline users, researchers found that the incidence of cardiovascular events was 34% higher during the 12-week treatment period than in the year before or after use
Study finds that girls whose mothers took paracetamol six times or more in the first trimester had a 5.9-fold greater chance of language delay.
Research raises questions about the impact of chronic pain medication on cardiometabolic health
Study finds that exposure to coarse particulate matter is significantly associated with an increased relative rate of asthma diagnosis, independent of exposure to fine particulate matter.
Researchers have developed a model to help predict the efficacy of antidepressants for patients with major depressive disorder.
It is uncertain whether the lack of evidence supporting the use of pharmacological interventions against dementia is because they are not effective or because of poor trial design.
Methylphenidate use in pregnancy linked to increased congenital cardiac malformation riskSubscription
Researchers say the findings could help inform the risk–benefits of treatment with methylphenidate in early pregnancy