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LEADER
Monday 10 August 2015
Conferences provide the opportunity to showcase your own work, learn from the work of others and share experiences and ideas. Conference reports allow many more people to reap the benefits than could possibly attend in person
MEETING REPORT
Monday 10 August 2015
More than 3500 participants from 74 countries gathered in Hamburg in March for the 20th Congress of EAHP. Key themes included medication safety, biosimilars, women's health issues and learning from the nuclear power industry
MEETING REPORT
Monday 10 August 2015
Nearly 700 participants gathered in Copenhagen for the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy Symposium. Topics included antibiotic resistance, person-centred risk management plans and medication safety for housebound patients
PHARMACY PRACTICE
Monday 10 August 2015
Antimicrobial resistance is an increasing public and global health issue so, as such, it is important for all pharmacists to take action
PHARMACY PRACTICE
Monday 10 August 2015
This article highlights the many ways in which pharmacists in hospital and community settings can influence antimicrobial stewardship (AMS)
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
Monday 10 August 2015
A distinguished panel convened to discuss the ‘Challenges of Modern Medicine’ during a lively and stimulating satellite symposium sponsored by Accord Healthcare at the 20th EAHP conference in Hamburg, Germany, on 25 March 2015
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
Antipsychotics remain the mainstay of long-term treatment for schizophrenia. This article gives a brief overview of the commonly used antipsychotics, summarises the evidence and describes the key differences between them
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
This article reviews what is new in major depressive disorder: from clinical trials and research, through to the clinic
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
There is an unmet need to find biological targets that can be effectively targeted with novel therapies to improve survival in metastatic pancreatic cancer
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
Palatability studies are required for new medicines to ensure that they are acceptable to children. However, there is no gold standard method to conduct such studies
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
Dymista contains azelastine and fluticasone and is a new fast-acting treatment for the management of allergic and perennial rhinitis
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
This article covers antiretroviral therapy, aims of treatment and when to start therapy, resistance, management of toxicities, adherence, and current and future treatment strategies
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS
Monday 10 August 2015
Due to complex symptomatology in opioid-induced bowel dysfunction, laxatives are rarely sufficient and peripheral opioid antagonists could be considered as additional treatment in these patients

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