A bill claiming to help medical practitioners access innovative treatments has healthcare professions scratching their heads — because it wasn’t needed in the first place.
Public opinion should be listened to when it comes to healthcare policies, but must not influence methodological, evidence-based decision making.
How should pharmacy respond to major funding cuts for community pharmacy? Community pharmacists and pharmacy owners give their views.
How should pharmacy respond to major funding cuts for community pharmacy? Leaders from pharmacy organisations and primary care share their views.
Heidi Alexander discusses her concerns about the UK government’s current health plans and explains why she wants to start a public debate about how to fund a health and care service for the 21st century.
The content and delivery of a patient case for education and evidence-based care discussions in clinical practice.
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Ibuprofen is one of the world’s best selling anti-inflammatory painkillers. Its pioneer, Stewart Adams, now 92 years old, tells Julia Robinson about how and why his discovery came to fruition.
Paracetamol is not clinically effective for alleviating pain and improving physical function in patients with osteoarthritis, the largest analysis of randomised trials of analgesics for osteoarthritis published to date has found.
A levy on soft drinks companies marketing products with added sugar will be come into effect from April 2018, UK chancellor George Osborne announced in the budget on 16 March 2016
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