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Pharmacists’ Interventions to Promote Quality of Life and Healthy Ageing (PHE)

Summary Interventions which can be provided by pharmacy teams to help older people lead more independent lives and improve their health are listed, including those directed towards: Preventing falls. Dementia Physical inactivity. Social isolation. Malnutrition. Full Text Link Reference A … Continue reading

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Community Pharmacists: the Potential of Minor Ailment Centres (BBC News / RPS / NHS England)

Summary The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has proposed that community pharmacies could save the NHS over £1 billion per year. This assertion is endorsed by research from Pharmacy Research UK published earlier this year and led by the University of Aberdeen. … Continue reading

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On the Potential Role of Local Pharmacies in Reducing Health Inequalities and Cutting Waiting Times (BBC News / BMJ Open)

Summary Research by Durham University indicates that 89% of England’s population lives less than a 20-minute walk away from a local pharmacy. Pharmacies are capable (potentially, given funding and promotion) of providing a wider range of health services by virtue … Continue reading

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On Pharmacists, Community Pharmacies and Public Health (NHS England / Department of Health / NHS Confederation / LGA / Pharmacy Voice / Royal Pharmaceutical Society)

Summary The Deputy Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for NHS England has explained why pharmacists are a valuable resource offering the public access to expert health advice and support. Full Text Link Reference Howard, C. (2014). How we should all make better … Continue reading

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