Postscript Training


 

Guild Pharmacy Academy – Asthma

 Take the puff out of asthma Given the prevalence of asthma and concerns that many people are not managing their condition effectively, there is much pharmacy can do to breathe life into asthma services. This is an extract from the unit SIRCHCS303 Advise on asthma management and will assist you in understanding the condition, symptoms […]
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UPGRADE TO GOLD WITH NUROMOL® TRAINING

Acute pain is one of the most common complaints managed in community pharmacy, and selecting the right product is important to ensure your customers’ pain-relief needs are met. Nuromol® contains two well-known pain relievers – paracetamol and ibuprofen – in a single-dose tablet, providing your customers with effective relief from their moderate-to-severe pain. This online […]
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Guild Pharmacy Academy Training – Diabetes

Sweet talk! In the first in a series of articles on diabetes, we consider its symptoms, complications and look at management principles that will help you to assist your customers and improve your diabetes services. Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness, amputation and kidney failure. Diabetes has been recognised as a major health concern […]
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Guild Pharmacy Academy Training – Sleep Apnoea

Snooze Blues!There are a range of treatments available to customers who suffer from sleep apnoea.  These treatments need to be recommended or prescribed by the customer’s medical practitioner or specialist.  However, having an understanding of these products or treatments will assist you when dealing with your customers.In an exciting partnership between the Guild Pharmacy Academy […]
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Guild Pharmacy Academy Training – Cold Sores

Cold sores are a common condition that many of your customers will suffer with at this time of the year. There are a number of medicines, both pharmacy medicines, pharmacist only medicines, and unscheduled medicines, which can assist with this embarrassing and painful condition. The key is understanding which treatment is the most appropriate, and […]
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