Includes a detailed breakdown of BNF chapters to highlight any important revision points, from drug indications, side effects, monitoring requirements, counselling points and much more. This section also takes a look at some significant drug interactions and provides a list of drugs that induce or inhibit hepatic P450 ezyme. Finally, we take a brief look at the pharmacokinetics of drugs.
Covers the Responsible Pharmacist Regulations 2008, legaility of prescriptions (including controlled drugs), emergency supplies, and record keeping requirements. We also look at the main components of clinical governance which must be considered to maintain the safe and effective operation of the pharmacy.
Here we take a look at different types of prescriptions, the drug tariff, and unlicensed medicines. This section contains information about blacklisted medicines, extemporaneous dispensing, the selected list scheme and more
This section explains about the three different levels of pharmacy service as specified in the Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework. We give examples of each type of service and provide guidance on the provision of the most commonly provided services
Here we briefly discuss the GPhC competencies, exam preparation tips, and the format of the registration assessment. We will keep you aware of any changes that may occur to the format or syllabus of the registration assessment
Here we provide detailed information about common ailments, from presentation and symptoms, to lifestyle advice and treatment options