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It’s your last chance to complete these CPD activities before they disappear forever

AJP’s CPD activities have a shelf life: after two years, their accreditation expires.

As their accreditation expires, we’ll unpublish each CPD activity and they will no longer be available.

The next two weeks is your last chance to complete the following, which expire on 1 February 2020:

Compounding: an emerging opportunity, by Brianna Porter

Dermatitis (eczema), by Louis Roller and Jenny Gowan

Pain management with gabapentinoids: benefits and harms, by Debbie Rigby

Insomnia, by Jenny Gowan

Age-related macular degeneration, by Jenny Gowan

Overcoming barriers to deprescribing of medicines: the role of the pharmacist, by Karalyn Huxhagen

And readers only have six weeks to read and earn CPD creidts on the following activities before they expire on 1 March:

Dizziness, vertigo, or giddiness: assisting patients, by Jenny Gowan and Louis Roller

Making sense of self-prescribing: Who? What? Where? by Denise Hope and Michelle King

Take it from the top: treating scalp conditions in the pharmacy, by Rachel Morrison

Methotrexate — less can be more: development and evolution in use, by John Chapman

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