Research

Antibiotic testing, antimicrobial resistance (AMR), agar dish

Pharmacy’s role in antimicrobial resistance and stewardshipSubscription

By , , Rachel Joynes,

This article summarises the evidence supporting the role of pharmacists and pharmacy teams in antimicrobial stewardship and outlines the impact of their activities.

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Pharmacogenomics concept

Targeted medicines: how pharmacists can lead a pharmacogenomics revolutionSubscription

By ,

Though commonplace in other countries, pharmacogenomic testing is yet to become a mainstay of NHS healthcare. Here, David Wright and Dhiren Bhatt argue how this process could improve the chance of therapeutic success and why pharmacists should be at the heart of its implementation.

CPD article

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Lung cancer: advances in management and therapySubscription

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An overview of traditional and emerging immunotherapy-based targets and treatments available for lung cancer, their side effects and the impact immune checkpoint inhibitors have had on the treatment of non–small-cell lung cancer.

Short communications

Antibiotic prescribing in a clinician-first telephone triage setting in a general practiceSubscription

In May 2016, a general practice with around 16,000 registrants introduced a clinician-first triage system, which moved the practice’s more traditional face-to-face approach to one in which the majority of the consultations were conducted over the telephone. As a result, many prescriptions have been issued remotely, including those for antibiotics. As part of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s (NICE) scholarship programme, a project was initiated to measure the impact ...

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