Carlene McMaugh looks at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on endometriosis As outlined in previous Clinical Tips: Endometriosis articles, endometriosis is a chronic condition that is defined by the …

Electronic cigarettes are a controversial and complex issue for pharmacy, writes Carlene McMaugh, due to the fact that there are a number of competing issues and concepts associated with their …

Here are five myths about suncare that pharmacists can help dispel, writes Carlene McMaugh Recent upheaval in attitudes towards preventative health measures—such as vaccinations, or the use of face masks—have …

How can pharmacists help women navigate the perimenopause? Carlene McMaugh takes a look Menopause affects all women, and is defined by the end of a woman’s menstrual periods, with the …

Biosimilars and the pharmacist’s role in their supply remains controversial, writes Carlene McMaugh Biological pharmaceutical products have been a part of the landscape of therapeutics for a number of years …

Carlene McMaugh takes a look at the treatment of certain substance use disorders: amphetamines and other stimulants Pharmacy plays a key role in the treatment of substance use disorders in …

Pharmacists need to provide specific counselling on what to expect when using medicine to terminate a pregnancy, writes Carlene McMaugh Medical abortion is the term used to describe the use …

Pharmacists can help tackle the myths and misunderstandings around endometriosis, writes Carlene McMaugh Endometriosis is a condition that has an average time to diagnosis of seven years. This extraordinary amount …

Carlene McMaugh discusses the link between bipolar disorder and diabetes mellitus… including the role of treatment The link between Bipolar Disorder and Diabetes Mellitus has been well documented for several …

Early intervention by a pharmacist could help with insomnia, writes Carlene McMaugh According to the Sleep Health Foundation[1], approximately 10% of people experience insomnia at any one time, while about …

A significant portion of people who have atrial fibrillation will have no symptoms or may not recognise symptoms… so what’s the best way to detect it? asks Carlene McMaugh Atrial …

Who should be offered naloxone? The range of patients may be wider than some health professionals and patients think, writes Carlene McMaugh Naloxone is an important medicine for preventing toxicity …