The NHS has recognised that there needs to be a greater focus on preventing, limiting or delaying ill health. Actions to promote positive health have been emphasised in the NHS Long Term Plan
This module will help you to successfully introduce new ideas, taking you through a series of steps
This article considers how to maximise consultation room use, and how effective consultation skills are essential for today’s pharmacists
What are the barriers to developing community pharmacy vaccination services further in the future?
Superintendent pharmacist Jonathan Campbell explains how forging strong ties with a GP surgery has helped his pharmacy business stand out
Customers may find it difficult to understand the wide range of services being offered by a pharmacy. What can be done?
As financial constraints placed on community pharmacies continue to bite, services are increasingly being flagged as an opportunity to plug funding gaps
Focus your pharmacy team, operations and practices on maximising health outcomes. Do you need to change and what should you do?
This review will help pharmacy teams to focus on effective ways to reach specific patient groups.
The size of the potential opportunity outside of dispensing could surprise you, suggests Retail Performance Specialists
Laura Reed shares tips for improving staff skills
Naz Meghji shares the steps that Avicenna’s pharmacies have taken to improve pharmacy efficiency
Numark's Laura Reed extols the virtues of becoming a Healthy Living Pharmacy
Richard Hough address the legal aspects of bullying in the workplace
A quarter of adults in the UK are obese, making weight-management advice more important than ever
Support from Numark with HR and health and safety matters
What is the best way to reduce the chance of dispensing errors?
Improved product knowledge and communication can lead to better outcomes from patient consultations
How highly does your pharmacy value its patients? Do you truely offer patient-centred care?
Richard Hough explains what happens when a registrant’s fitness to practise is called into question