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Biosimilar medicines are a type of biological medicine that offer the NHS opportunities to deliver better value for certain conditions
This article outlines the meaning of informed consent in healthcare and describes changes in law relating to medicine and pharmacy
This article provides information on creating new consultant posts, tips for business cases, a generic job description and credentialing for new consultants
E-learning developed in 2021 by SPS in partnership with UKHSA, HEE and eLfH to support professionals who use, develop, authorise, review or update PGDs.
Providing advice on medicines in pregnancy is complex. Preparing, structuring and phrasing information can improve communication and understanding.
There are some important principles that should be applied when providing advice on the use of medicines in pregnancy.
There are key factors to be considered in making a risk assessment and a risk versus benefit decision about use of medicines in pregnancy.
SPS and other information resources can help pharmacy and other healthcare professionals provide advice on medicines in pregnancy.
Specific information should be gathered about a pregnant woman and her pregnancy to enable a good risk assessment and decision about treatment.
UKMi Workforce Development Working Group The group has led on the development of a national scheme for the formal training and assessment of pharmacy technicians…
UKMi Workforce Development Working Group The group has led on the development of a national scheme for the formal training and assessment of pharmacy technicians…
This article is designed to cover those items that pharmacy trust buyers (i.e. the person in the trust responsible for managing the sourcing and procurement of…
Biosimilar medicines are a type of biological medicine that offer the NHS opportunities to deliver better value for certain conditions
This article outlines the meaning of informed consent in healthcare and describes changes in law relating to medicine and pharmacy
This article provides information on creating new consultant posts, tips for business cases, a generic job description and credentialing for new consultants
E-learning developed in 2021 by SPS in partnership with UKHSA, HEE and eLfH to support professionals who use, develop, authorise, review or update PGDs.
Providing advice on medicines in pregnancy is complex. Preparing, structuring and phrasing information can improve communication and understanding.
There are some important principles that should be applied when providing advice on the use of medicines in pregnancy.
There are key factors to be considered in making a risk assessment and a risk versus benefit decision about use of medicines in pregnancy.
SPS and other information resources can help pharmacy and other healthcare professionals provide advice on medicines in pregnancy.