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The NHS believes there is the potential to eliminate cervical cancer completely, thanks to a change to the primary test within its Cervical Screening Programme, and the effectiveness of the HPV test. I find out more in this feature for

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With pharmacy teams depleted because of COVID-19, I find out how to recruit and hire new staff during the coronavirus crisis, in this feature for Chemist + Druggist…

Working as a freelance journalist has given me some techniques for how to work from home without losing my mind, or falling out with everyone else in the house. I share my top tips with The Idler…

With staff numbers depleted and the ability to run services drastically reduced, juggling salary costs is a pressing challenge for many contractors, as I find out in this feature for Chemist + Druggist magazine…

Will the lack of certainty over medicines supply post-Brexit damage the generics sector? I ask those in the know what’s in store in the months ahead, for this feature in P3pharmacy magazine…

Ahead of the results of David Wright’s review of the professional bodies representing community pharmacy contractors, I explore whether their public statements hint at the conclusions, in this feature for P3pharmacy magazine…

A new report recommends that routine health assessments like heart and BP checks need to become a regular part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. I find out how community pharmacists can make it easier for more people to do this,

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Since the community pharmacist consultation service (CPCS) launched last October, the benefits have been unsurprising but there have been some unexpected challenges, as I find out in this feature for Independent Community Pharmacist magazine…

With treatments becoming more widely available for people with cystic fibrosis, I find out how community pharmacy has increasing opportunities to help this patient group, in this feature for Training Matters…

Pharmacists help people look after their health issues every day, but what do they do when they – or their staff – are unwell? I look at how to recognise when something in wrong, and strategies for coping, in this

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