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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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Dementia-Friendly Community Pharmacies (Greater Manchester Pharmacy LPN / RPS)

Summary The Greater Manchester Pharmacy Local Professional Network have produced a brief guide on the seven elements of good practice: The pharmacy environment. The pharmacy team. Public health messages, including lifestyle. Over the counter medicines. Prescription ordering and collection / … Continue reading

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