OTC

Dispelling myths about back pain and joint pain

Back pain and arthritis are the largest contributors to disability in the UK. But many sufferers are not helping their condition

Colds and flu – a valuable pharmacy service

The cold and flu market is an important one for community pharmacy, with the flu service exceeding expections

Recommending vitamin D to your customers

This module highlights new government guidelines on the intake of vitamin D and the fantastic opportunity this creates for pharmacy.

Looking after hair and scalp

The hair and scalp care market is set for growth. Are you ready with products and advice?

Pharmacy and chronic pain management

10 million Britons suffer with pain almost every day, affecting their ability to work. Would a formal pain service in pharmacy be a good idea?  

Get ready for the new school year

Get prepared for the issues that the new school year brings for children and families

How vitamins can supplement your income

Figures suggest that the vitamins market is currently in growth. Is your pharmacy ready to meet the demand?

On your marks…

Will a summer of sport encourage more to get active?

Help customers enjoy an active older age

Healthy life expectancy is now 66 years for women and 64 for men. Can this be improved?

How to build your child health category

Parents will welcome your professional advice on children’s health matters from minor ailments to lifestyle tips on healthy eating, exercise and mental health

Seven ways to encourage men into your pharmacy

Men are notoriously reluctant to visit their GP or discuss their health problems

Smoking - triggering the quit attempt

A process for providing support to people who want to give up smoking

Here comes summer

Help your customers to enjoy healthy summer holidays by suggesting a pre-travel consultation at their local pharmacy.

Community pharmacy and the hayfever season

Simplify the allergy fixture to make it easier for hayfever sufferers to find what they need

Focus on eye health

More than half of sight loss cases could be prevented and pharmacies could play a wider role in helping to raise awareness

Hear and now

With record numbers of people being diagnosed with hearing loss, pharmacists are in an ideal position to help and advise.

Baby talk...

Some women sail through their pregnancy with no problems at all, while others suffer a range of health problems

Oral health: stop the rot

Lots of children in England don’t visit a dentist each year, and the rate of dental decay in young children remains high.

What to expect when expecting

Pregnancy is the ideal time for pharmacy teams to develop a long-term relationship with parents.

Trends towards health and wellness

The trend towards healthy living presents pharmacy with an ideal opportunity to engage with customers
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