Pharmacy In Practice

Growing interest in digestive health

Many customers will be affected by gut problems at some time, and especially during the festive season

Putting pharmacists at the heart of our business

The new business created at GSK with brands from Novartis relies on close working with pharmacy teams

Tackling headache and migraine fast

Customers will benefit from receiving the right advice about the management of their headache

Make your pharmacy supplier relationships work well for you

Successful supplier management is all about maintaining relationships that deliver value beyond profits

Pros and cons of centralised dispensing?

P3 asks pharmacists what are the pros and cons of centralised dispensing?

Day Lewis looks to the future

With 40 years under its belt and a younger management team set to take over, Day Lewis is in lively form

Keep up confidence in flu vaccination

Pharmacy should help keep public confidence in flu vaccinations, given the negative publicity from last year's vaccine, says Well

Working with other pharmacies?

P3 asks pharmacists how do they work with other pharmacists and is there any benefit?

Focus on cough and sore throat

It’s time to ensure your customers are ready to deal with the coughs and sore throats this winter season

The cost of back and joint pain

By providing advice and support for back pain sufferers, pharmacy can grow customer loyalty and market share

Winter travel essentials

With more and more people taking winter holidays, pharmacy is well-placed to offer advice and meet their travel needs

Rebrand gets on the road

The wholesaler AAH talks about the relaunch of its offering to community pharmacy

Cold and flu season?

P3 asks pharmacists how have they prepared for the cold and flu season?

Drive home coughs and cold messages

It’s time to make the most of the winter ailments season and ensure your customers are ready to deal with colds and flu

Pharmacy can do more for pain

Pain is recognised as a core category for community pharmacy but is chronic pain being adequately addressed?

Questions about infant feeding

Looking at the latest guidance and advice from healthcare professionals on infant feeding 

Seven days a week?

P3 asks pharmacists for their opinion on whether pharmacies should be open seven days a week

Small changes with big benefits: expert tips

Raj Nutan, director of commercial operations at Numark, shares small changes that can lead to significant benefits for your business

Communicating pharmacy’s strengths

Community pharmacy needs to communicate differently with the NHS says Well chief executive, John Nuttall

Showing the most growth?

P3 asks pharmacists for their opinion on which aspect of their pharmacy is showing the most growth?
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