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LloydsPharmacy bags funds for charity

Fees for carrier bags have raised £45,000 for dementia charities says LloydsPharmacy

‘Shameful inequality’ for people with dementia says charity

A report highlights a “shameful inequality” between people dying with dementia and those dying without the condition

Carry on with setting EPS nominations says NHS Digital

Twenty million patients have now set an Electronic Prescription Service nomination in England, according to NHS Digital

How pharmacy can prepare for Self Care Week 2016

As we all know, self care is becoming an increasingly important part of primary care, and pharmacies are key in helping to encourage people to adopt this behaviour. There are many ways to communicate appropriate health information to the public, but the added value and personal touch cannot be replicated in a leaflet. That’s why it’s crucial for pharmacy to maximise the opportunity of Self Care Week this November. Not only will it help to increase footfall and highlight the services and products pharmacies offer, but it will also help to support people and give them the tools to look after their own health for life. The pharmacy team has an opportunity to become the “face” of the campaign, offering that vital in-person advice, particularly about self-treatable conditions and over-the-counter medicines. Organised by the Self Care Forum, Self Care Week has been running since 2011 and is an annual national awareness week that focuses on embedding support for self care across communities, families and generations. The theme for this year’s campaign is Health Literacy. There are numerous ways your community pharmacy can get involved and help drive awareness of Self Care Week. I would encourage you to look at the Self Care Forum website (selfcareforum.org) where there are free resources and materials available to download, such as posters and leaflets, which can be printed and displayed in and around the pharmacy to promote self care.

Could people tell a real medicine from a fake?

Consumers are being asked to make a choice between two medicines shown in a video, and decide which is real and which is fake

Invest for the future

With a range of market pressures, now might seem like the wrong moment invest in your pharmacy – or is it?

Better consultation skills

Improved product knowledge and communication skills will lead to better outcomes in patient consultations 

Tips for selling your pharmacy

Are you considering selling your pharmacy? In this article, we answer some common questions to help sellers make an informed decision

Looking after hair and scalp

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

Catherine McDermott appointed Celesio UK’s operations director

McDermott joins following a four-year stint with Amazon, where she most recently worked as supply chain director.

Number of ex-smokers double that of current smokers

Data that has been published by PHE ahead of the Stoptober challenge shows that smoking rates are at their lowest since records began.

King’s Fund report highlights NHS pressures

The charity's Quarterly Monitoring Report reveals that stresses on the health service are increasing year-on-year

Regulator proposes new approach to CPD records

Pharmacist and technician CPD records may be called for review by the regulator as a random sample each year, rather than each pharmacy professional submitting records every five years.

East London pharmacies get involved in wellbeing campaign

The Newham Self-Management Support Programme is linking pharmacists with patients living with chronic conditions to develop wellbeing plans

DH aims for December start for 2016/17 funding package

A new funding package for pharmacy funding in England may be implemented from 1 December, PSNC has been told by DH

Don't rush through cuts, pharmacy warns

Pharmacy organisations have urged the Government not to go back on its promise to delay implementing the pharmacy cuts

Men’s Health Forum issues call for input on diabetes

Diabetes researchers and practitioners, as well as men living with the condition, are invited to help shape the work of the Men's Health Forum

Question time – have your say!

Send in your questions for the Pharmacy Show expert panel to consider in a special conference session, supported by Pharmacy Magazine

It pays to treat your staff well

A contented workforce is key to employee retention and the success of your business, says Lee Ashwood, a senior associate at Eversheds LLP.

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?  

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