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  • The Pharmacy Show 2017 was the most successful event to date, most notable for its feeling of overwhelming positivity and optimisation for the future of the profession
    despite the challenges that lay ahead.
  • Renowned international rugby legend, Jonny Wilkinson, CBE and brand ambassador for Puressentiel, the European leader of natural healthcare products sold in pharmacies, took centre stage at The Pharmacy Show 2017 to deliver a motivational seminar
  • Discover messages from Community Pharmacy to the Government!
  • Winter eczema solutions

    21 May 2018 Atopic eczema
    People with dry and eczema-prone skin often find they need to use more emollients in the winter months to keep their skin in good condition. Choosing a suitable product that protects and repairs the skin barrier is key to success.
  • Read what exhibitors and delegates had to say about the show.

  • In the near future approximately seven million patients will be able to get advice from a clinical pharmacist when they visit their GP, thanks to NHS England’s clinical pharmacists in general practice movement.
  • We really enjoy having a stand so we can catch up with all our clients and those Pharmacists looking for more details about training, or even just some clinical ‘chat’ with our clinical team.
  • GPhC to go public with reports

    21 May 2018 Training Matters
    The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has announced plans to publish its inspection reports. The pharmacy regulator’s chief executive Duncan Rudkin said..
  • Focus on hypertension

    21 May 2018 Training Matters
    The opportunity for community pharmacy teams to step in and support people with hypertension is huge, especially as drug adherence is so poor, said Liam Stapleton, pharmacist and managing director of Metaphor Development.
  • Recognising the very best natural healthcare products on the market, the Natural Pharmacy Business magazine Product Awards recognise the fantastic brands
    and innovative manufactures that are making a real difference to people’s health and lives across the UK.
  • Antibiotic education

    21 May 2018 Training Matters
    Pharmacies have a crucial role to play in educating customers about the common cold and tackling  antimicrobial resistance, especially when it comes to customers asking for antibiotics, so said Professor Ron Eccles, former director of the Common Cold Centre, in a session on the assisted self-care agenda.
  • On the 8th and 9th of October, more than 2,407 pharmacists took advantage of meeting with manufacturers, distributors and retailers from the mobility and independent living sector to find potential new products.

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