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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Royal Pharmaceutical Society

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1 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jun―22 SARS-CoV2 antivirals are essential, but they are not silver bullets
2 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―May―25 COVID-19 deaths of NHS staff reported to government safety body were not investigated
3 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―May―11 How one local community COVID-19 service treated up to 200 vulnerable patients each day
4 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Apr―28 Pharmacy chain allows COVID-19 positive staff to come into work
5 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Apr―22 Thousands receive COVID-19 monoclonal antibody despite efficacy concerns
6 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Apr―14 First whole-virus COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in the UK
7 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Apr―12 PANORAMIC trial to enlist 17,500 more patients as researchers add second COVID-19 antiviral
8 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Mar―30 Community pharmacy staff will continue to receive free asymptomatic COVID-19 testing
9 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Mar―30 Pandemic plus? The antibiotic resistance lurking in our rivers
10 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Mar―29 Patients with both COVID-19 and influenza four times more likely to need ventilation support, study suggests
11 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Mar―17 First monoclonal antibody treatment approved for prevention of COVID-19
12 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Mar―11 Resistant mutation found in some COVID-19 patients treated with sotrovimab
13 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Mar―07 Community pharmacies offered up to £1,500 to install COVID-19 ventilation
14 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Mar―04 Arthritis drug may reduce mortality in hospitalised COVID-19 patients
15 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―21 Pharmacy to lead on vaccinating children aged 5-11 years against COVID-19
16 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―10 NHS COVID-19 recovery plan makes no mention of pharmacy
17 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―09 How working at NHS Test and Trace landed me a role heading my university’s COVID-19 case management team
18 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―09 How I'm leading my health centre's COVID-19 vaccination as the only pharmacist on the GP coordinating board
19 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―09 ‘Hard, but extremely rewarding’ - setting up a COVID-19 vaccination scheme covering 75,000 patients (audio)
20 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―09 Our pharmacy team is leading our PCN’s COVID-19 vaccination service - and it feels electric
21 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―09 We talk a lot about ‘multidisciplinary’ working, but our PCN’s COVID-19 vaccine service truly would not exist without all our professions
22 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―07 ‘My job is fairly easy compared with yours, isn’t it?’ - what this PJ reporter learned volunteering for the COVID-19 vaccination service
23 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―07 How our hospital pharmacy team delivered the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine
24 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―03 Can antiviral drugs turn the tide on COVID-19?
25 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―01 High-risk adults can now book their fourth COVID-19 jab
26 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Feb―01 Government to consult on scrapping mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for frontline NHS staff
27 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―28 Government recommends Paxlovid as first-line treatment for eligible COVID-19 patients
28 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―17 World Health Organization recommends JAK inhibitor for treatment of severe or critical COVID-19
29 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―17 How we introduced electronic prescribing during the COVID-19 pandemic
30 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―14 Community pharmacies to supply antiviral treatments to high-risk COVID-19 patients
31 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―11 Management of venous thromboembolism in COVID-19
32 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―07 High-risk COVID-19 patients may need to seek out own referral for community-based treatment after ‘data mismatch’
33 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―06 Pharmacies promised millions more COVID-19 lateral flow tests per week
34 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―05 Hospital pharmacy staff absences soar as COVID-19 cases rise
35 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2022―Jan―04 Pfizer COVID-19 antiviral paxlovid authorised by MHRA
36 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―23 Ramping up the COVID-19 booster campaign: what you need to know
37 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―22 Government orders 4.3 million further doses of COVID-19 antivirals
38 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―22 Government advisers recommend COVID-19 vaccines for clinically vulnerable children aged 5 to 11 years
39 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―17 COVID-19 antiviral trial recruits more than 350 patients as community treatment is rolled out
40 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―16 'Scandalous' that just one in three COVID-19 bids accepted, say pharmacy leaders
41 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―15 NICE removes budesonide from recommended COVID-19 treatments
42 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―15 Pharmacies can limit services to provide COVID-19 vaccines, says NHS England
43 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―14 Pharmacy-led sites to offer COVID-19 jabs 12 hours per day every day under accelerated booster campaign
44 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―13 Pharmacy leaders in 'urgent talks' with NHS as COVID-19 booster vaccination campaign is ramped up
45 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―13 COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment to be offered outside of hospitals
46 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―09 How COVID-19 turned anticoagulation on its head
47 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―08 Pharmacies to help identify participants for COVID-19 antiviral trial
48 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―06 Children with poorly controlled asthma should be prioritised for COVID-19 vaccination, study results suggest
49 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―03 Hospital to offer test that cuts wait for identifying secondary infection in COVID-19 patients
50 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―02 Second monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 approved in the UK
51 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Dec―01 Pharmacy 'red tape' should be cut to release time for COVID-19 booster jab delivery, say pharmacy leaders
52 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―30 More than 30 community pharmacies in Wales now offer a COVID-19 vaccination service
53 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―29 COVID-19 booster jabs to be offered to all adults aged over 18 years, following new advice
54 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―29 Molnupiravir less effective at preventing death from COVID-19 than previously thought, study update shows
55 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―19 AstraZeneca says its antibody drug prevents COVID-19 infection for six months in high-risk patients
56 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―18 Work-related stress: the hidden pandemic in pharmacy
57 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―16 Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors reduce mortality in patients with COVID-19, study suggests
58 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―15 COVID-19 booster programme expands to include people aged over 40 years
59 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―09 Hospital and GP pharmacists face compulsory COVID-19 vaccinations by April 2022
60 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―05 Oral antiviral may cut risk of COVID-19 hospitalisation by nearly 90%, manufacturer claims
61 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Nov―04 'Game-changing' COVID-19 antiviral drug gets approval in UK for at-risk patients
62 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―29 Antidepressant reduces hospitalisations in high-risk COVID-19 patients, study shows
63 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―27 COVID-19 antivirals to be tested in high-risk patients in the community
64 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―26 Clearing the COVID-19 patient treatment backlog through advancing efficient and safe delivery of care
65 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―26 COVID-19 vaccinations should not be mandatory for health and care staff, RPS tells government
66 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―25 Number of pharmacy-led vaccination sites offering COVID-19 booster jabs set to rise to 1,300
67 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―21 UK government orders 730,000 doses of COVID-19 antivirals for this winter
68 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―21 Antivirals for COVID-19: five questions that must be answered
69 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―19 Interferon does not improve outcomes in hospitalised patients with COVID-19, study results show
70 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―12 Pharmacy contractors claim nearly £270m in costs related to COVID-19
71 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―07 Never again: training our immune systems to neutralise killer coronaviruses
72 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―01 Oral antiviral may halve COVID-19 hospitalisation risk, claims manufacturer
73 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Oct―01 No increase in adverse effects after giving COVID-19 and flu vaccine together, data suggest
74 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―29 Boots to administer COVID-19 booster jabs from 55 pharmacies
75 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―29 NHS prepares for antiviral deployment to treat COVID-19
76 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―20 Monoclonal antibody treatment will be available to patients aged over 50 years hospitalised with COVID-19
77 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―16 Majority of pharmacies can expect to receive first COVID-19 funding payments from October 2021
78 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―15 Opioid prescribing for patients waiting for hip and knee surgery increased by 40% during pandemic
79 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―14 COVID-19 booster jabs to be offered from late September 2021, says health secretary
80 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―14 Tocilizumab or sarilumab are equally suitable for treatment of COVID-19, new advice says
81 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―13 Monoclonal antibody treatment service to begin for hospitalised COVID-19 patients in October 2021
82 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―09 Pharmacists working in hospitals and general practice may face mandatory COVID-19 vaccination
83 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―07 Everything you need to know about the COVID-19 therapy trials
84 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Sep―03 Tell us how your working conditions have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic
85 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―25 Study launched to assess third dose of booster COVID-19 vaccine for patients with weakened immune systems
86 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―24 UK orders 35 million Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine doses ahead of possible booster campaign in 2022
87 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―24 Depression omitted from new medicine service extension despite increase in antidepressant prescribing during pandemic
88 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―20 Medicines regulator approves first monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 in UK
89 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―19 Health services in Wales to receive extra £550m to cover COVID-19 costs
90 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―11 Trial demonstrates efficacy of inhaled budesonide to treat COVID-19 in the community
91 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―10 COVID-19 pneumonia and COVID-19 associated acute respiratory distress syndrome: diagnosis and management
92 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Aug―09 Anticoagulants can increase survival in hospitalised patients with moderate COVID-19, trial data show
93 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―30 Meet the mAbs: the new treatments for vulnerable patients with COVID-19 (audio)
94 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―30 COVID-19 vaccination could cause 'red' results in clozapine monitoring, pharmacists warn
95 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―30 COVID-19: a revolutionary journey
96 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―28 UK government to donate 9 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to countries in need
97 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―27 RPS and NHS England work together to help healthcare staff overseas tackle COVID-19
98 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―26 RPS urges government not to end state-backed indemnity for pharmacists delivering COVID-19 vaccinations
99 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―22 Pharmacists could assess patients' suitability for COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment
100 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―21 COVID-19: I was punched by an angry patient in my frontline pharmacy on Good Friday
101 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―20 Community pharmacy staff included in COVID-19 self-isolation exemption scheme
102 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―16 Mechanical heart valve patients switched to DOACs during COVID-19 pandemic to be reviewed 'urgently'
103 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―15 COVID-19 booster campaign: everything we know so far
104 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jul―01 NHS to add 1,000 pharmacy-led sites to COVID-19 vaccination programme ahead of booster campaign
105 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Continuing ACE inhibitors and ARBs safe for patients with COVID-19
106 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Community pharmacists’ experiences of workplace pressure: the impact of COVID-19
107 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacists launch service to vaccinate homeless people and undocumented migrants against COVID-19
108 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 COVID-19 £500 bonus payments for pharmacists
109 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 'High calibre pharmacist' dies from COVID-19 aged 30 years
110 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacy charity given money from COVID-19 appeal to provide counselling to pharmacy staff
111 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Bacterial co-infection is unusual in noncritical COVID-19 cases, so we must reduce our antibiotic prescribing
112 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Community pharmacies given extra £3.5m to cover COVID-19 costs
113 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 PJ view: Pharmacies should not have to beg to have their COVID-19 costs reimbursed
114 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Genes associated with most severe form of COVID-19 identified
115 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Infliximab therapy dampens immune response to COVID-19 infection, research suggests
116 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Risk of rare blood clot up to ten times higher in COVID-19 infection than after vaccination
117 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Evaluating clinical pharmacist involvement in a COVID-19 intensive care recovery clinic
118 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Online pharmacy dispensing volume grows by 45% in 2020, fuelled by COVID-19 pandemic
119 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Corticosteroid shortens recovery time in COVID-19 patients treated in the community, early trial results show
120 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Steroid has saved the lives of one million COVID-19 patients worldwide, figures show
121 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Government plans COVID-19 revaccination campaign
122 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacies could earn almost £1,000 per week through COVID-19 test distribution service
123 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 More than nine in ten pharmacies register for COVID-19 test distribution service
124 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Community pharmacies provide rapid COVID-19 tests in eight areas, with further sites being considered
125 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 NHS DigiTrials: how the search for COVID-19 treatments is revolutionising clinical trials
126 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 How our pharmacy aseptic service prepared injectable medicines for a landmark COVID-19 trial
127 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 The COVID-19 vaccination programme is going well, but it’s not over - here’s how you can ensure its continued success
128 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 NHS England calls on pharmacies in 'priority locations' to open COVID-19 vaccination sites
129 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Opening of pharmacy-led COVID-19 vaccination sites delayed by vaccine supply issues
130 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacy-led COVID-19 vaccination sites deliver more than 3 million vaccines
131 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacy-led COVID-19 vaccination sites to open in places of worship to increase take-up
132 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacy-led COVID-19 vaccination sites told they can cut appointments as supply dips
133 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 85% of pharmacy applicants to NHS COVID-19 vaccination team deployed to contact tracing service
134 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Health boards commission nearly 20 pharmacies to provide COVID-19 vaccinations
135 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacy-led sites administer more than 1.7 million COVID-19 vaccinations, says NHS England
136 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 How my fellow students' conversations with family and friends are changing unsure minds about the COVID-19 vaccine
137 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Remind patients that they can have their COVID-19 vaccine during Ramadan
138 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 The COVID-19 vaccine programme is a sprint, but pharmacists must lead the marathon
139 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 The Oxford miracle: making enough COVID-19 vaccine to supply the world
140 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 PJ view: There is no cause for alarm around the safety of COVID-19 vaccines
141 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Sites offering only AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines asked to cancel bookings with pregnant women
142 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 COVID-19 vaccines have prevented more than 10,000 deaths in England, PHE says
143 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Patient information on COVID-19 vaccines: a vaccine centre lottery?
144 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Tackling the rise of concerning COVID-19 variants in the UK
145 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 NICE does not recommend colchicine for treatment of COVID-19
146 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Managing the long-term effects of COVID-19
147 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Garlic extract allicin: a possible inhalation therapy for COVID-19?
148 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Proregs, the pandemic and a 'new normal' for pharmacy training (audio)
149 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacies with high claims for pandemic delivery funding asked to 'review' them
150 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pandemic Delivery Service funding nearly doubles as eligibility expands to include NHS Test and Trace isolators
151 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 RPS Wales welcomes £100m investment in pandemic recovery
152 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Community pharmacies face pandemic-related costs of '£400m and rising', says negotiator
153 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Preventing the next pandemic: the search for a universal flu vaccine
154 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 PJ view: Treatments for COVID-19 - where are we now?
155 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacy negotiators strike deal allowing contractors to claim for COVID-19 costs
156 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 A perfect storm: the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of young people
157 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Unsung heroes: the hospital pharmacists working behind the scenes during the COVID-19 pandemic
158 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Learnings from observing a Chinese medicine clinic during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic
159 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Aspirin does not improve survival in patients hospitalised with COVID-19, RECOVERY trial finds
160 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Second dose of Pfizer and Oxford vaccines offer reduced protection against Delta variant of COVID-19, study suggests
161 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Community pharmacy COVID-19 test distribution service extended
162 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 How reliable are lateral flow COVID-19 tests?
163 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pharmacy-led COVID-19 vaccination sites offered part of £20m fund for extra staff
164 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in children aged 12-15 years in the UK
165 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 First single-dose COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in UK by MHRA
166 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 No decision made on when COVID-19 vaccine booster campaign will start, says minister
167 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 World’s first COVID-19 vaccine booster study begins administering jabs in Bradford
168 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine can be stored in fridge for up to one month, says regulator
169 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Everything you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines
170 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Polyvalent COVID-19 vaccines expected in five years, says chief medical officer
171 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Droll discourse and desert island drugs: how our podcast kept us going during the pandemic
172 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 I became a trauma risk manager during the pandemic, and other pharmacists should too
173 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 Progress in cutting hospital prescribing of broad-spectrum antibiotics set back by pandemic, says NHS clinical lead
174 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 NHS spending on antidepressants rose by £139m during pandemic, study finds
175 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jun―30 'Magic blankets': a new classification of drugs that could help tackle future pandemics
176 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―17 NHS England lowers threshold for COVID-19 vaccination site applications
177 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―16 Health boards say around half of pharmacies have expressed interest in providing COVID-19 vaccines
178 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―12 Risk of mortality drops in COVID-19 patients given anticoagulation within a day of hospital admission, research finds
179 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―11 Prime minister vows to reimburse community pharmacy's COVID-19 costs 'as soon as possible'
180 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―10 Pharmacy negotiators in talks over plans to distribute COVID-19 treatments in primary care
181 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―10 Government 'miscommunicated' PPE stock levels to pharmacies during first COVID-19 wave, MPs told
182 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―08 NHS trusts advised to conserve propofol because of high demand from COVID-19 patients
183 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―05 Gout drug could cut length of hospitalisation in patients with moderate to severe COVID-19
184 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―05 Nearly 30 pharmacies become first to express interest in delivering COVID-19 vaccinations in Scotland
185 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―04 Lack of community pharmacies commissioned for COVID-19 vaccinations is 'a ticking time bomb', say sector leaders
186 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―03 Government to fund COVID-19 clinical trial using different vaccines for first and second doses
187 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―03 Public Health England changes guidance to allow pharmacies to provide some point-of-care COVID-19 tests
188 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―02 Pharmacy teams have done brilliantly on COVID-19 vaccinations
189 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Feb―01 Azithromycin and doxycycline should not be used in the management of COVID-19, DHSC advises
190 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―29 'Timing' of letters to patients may be causing low COVID-19 vaccination booking rates for pharmacy sites
191 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―26 Pharmacy-led COVID-19 vaccination site in a mosque is beating vaccine hesitancy, says contractor
192 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―25 RPS maintains support for up to 12-week dosing interval between COVID-19 vaccines
193 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―22 We must celebrate the huge contribution pharmacists of all kinds have already made in the COVID-19 vaccine programme
194 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―21 Further 65 community pharmacy sites to start vaccinating patients against COVID-19
195 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―21 More than 700 pharmacy staff apply to join NHS COVID-19 vaccination team
196 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―19 Late-night pharmacy offers to vaccinate until 22:30 as it joins COVID-19 programme
197 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―18 Drug shortage means prescribers asked to switch treatment for acute respiratory problems in COVID-19 patients
198 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―15 Government should use community pharmacies to deliver 24/7 COVID-19 vaccination service, says Labour leader
199 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―14 Six pharmacies become first in the sector to deliver COVID-19 vaccinations
200 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―13 Almost a third of hospitals report ‘complete outages’ of medicines during COVID-19 pandemic
201 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―13 Everything you need to know about the COVID-19 therapy trials
202 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―13 Community pharmacies ‘in all parts’ of Wales to deliver COVID-19 vaccines, says first minister
203 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―12 COVID-19 vaccines: your questions answered (audio, part 2)
204 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―12 Critically ill COVID-19 patients unlikely to benefit from convalescent plasma, early results from UK trial show
205 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―11 Trade bodies in talks with government to expand pharmacy COVID-19 vaccination programme
206 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―11 COVID-19 vaccine: let’s be honest about serendipity in clinical trials
207 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―08 Regulators approve Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for use in the UK
208 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―08 Nearly 200 naloxone kits provided through ‘click-and-deliver’ service during pandemic
209 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―07 Clinicians encouraged to consider tocilizumab or sarilumab in treatment of hospitalised COVID-19 patients
210 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―07 RPS backs changes to interval between COVID-19 vaccination doses
211 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―07 Everything you need to know about the UK's COVID-19 vaccination programme
212 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―07 Contractors can ‘proactively approach’ trusts to secure staff COVID-19 vaccinations, say pharmacy negotiators
213 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―07 Provisionally registered pharmacists stepped up for us during the pandemic - why are we not stepping up for them now?
214 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―06 Pharmacists should be offered the COVID-19 vaccine as frontline workers
215 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―06 Government signs up 'hundreds' of community pharmacies to deliver COVID-19 vaccines, says prime minister
216 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―05 COVID-19 vaccinations will be provided in 'local pharmacies', Welsh health minister says
217 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―04 Pharmacy technicians told they can administer Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine under government protocol
218 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―04 Ten things pharmacists should know about COVID-19 vaccines
219 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―04 Community pharmacy-led vaccination sites to start administering COVID-19 vaccines from 11 January 2021
220 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2021―Jan―04 Everything you should know about the coronavirus outbreak
221 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―30 Second COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in the UK
222 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―23 The pandemic’s challenge to evidence-based medicine shows off-label use is an important tool
223 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―22 Everything you need to know about the UK's COVID-19 vaccination programme
224 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―17 2020: the year of COVID-19
225 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―17 Not enough evidence for use of vitamin D in prevention or treatment of COVID-19, NICE rapid guidance concludes
226 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―17 Hundreds of community pharmacies apply to run COVID-19 vaccination sites, say negotiators
227 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―17 Pharmacists can take the lead in public reassurance on COVID-19 vaccines, RPS says
228 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―15 Azithromycin has no benefit for patients with severe COVID-19, RECOVERY trial data suggest
229 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―14 The COVID-19 campus: MPharm studying during the pandemic
230 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―10 Remembering pharmacy staff who have died during the COVID-19 pandemic
231 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―10 Patients with history of anaphylaxis should not receive Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, says regulator
232 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―09 LloydsPharmacy nominates branches to provide COVID-19 vaccination services
233 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―08 Pharmacy team first in the UK to prepare vaccination for COVID-19
234 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―08 Hospital pharmacists oversee 'safe handling' of COVID-19 vaccines in vaccination centres
235 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―08 COVID-19 vaccines: your questions answered (audio)
236 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―02 'Small number' of pharmacies bid to administer newly approved COVID-19 vaccines
237 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Dec―01 Pharmacy staff in Scotland to receive £500 bonus in recognition of COVID-19 service
238 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―30 Pharmacies in Scotland to receive a further £4.5m for COVID-19 costs
239 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―30 Inhaled corticosteroid added to COVID-19 PRINCIPLE trial
240 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―30 NHS England to choose 'selected' number of pharmacies to deliver at least 1,000 COVID-19 vaccines per week
241 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―27 Family of pharmacy technician approved for £60k COVID-19 death-in-service benefit
242 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―26 Guidance on off-label use of tocilizumab for UK COVID-19 patients published
243 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―25 A third of pharmacists report COVID-19 significantly impacted their mental health and wellbeing
244 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―25 Pharmacies must be at the forefront of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign
245 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―25 COVID-19 vaccines: send us your questions
246 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―23 UK COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective using one dosage regimen, trial data suggest
247 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―20 Early trial results suggest tocilizumab significantly improves outcomes for critically ill COVID-19 patients
248 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―19 Boots in talks with NHS England on COVID-19 vaccination programme
249 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―19 COVID-19 vaccine delivery will need as many community pharmacy vaccinators as possible
250 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―17 Pharmacists in one county say working with GP practices during the COVID-19 pandemic has been ‘difficult’
251 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―16 Public Health England to review guidance against the use of rapid COVID-19 tests in community pharmacies
252 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―13 Government considers writing off £370m advance COVID-19 funding for community pharmacies
253 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―12 Pharmacy negotiator considering how to help shielded patients on end of pandemic delivery service
254 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―11 Community pharmacy teams will be included among frontline healthcare staff vaccinated against COVID-19
255 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―10 Routine NSAID use not associated with poorer outcomes in patients hospitalised with COVID-19
256 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―09 Third of patients visited community pharmacies in place of their GP during the COVID-19 pandemic, NPA survey finds
257 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―05 Aspirin added to RECOVERY COVID-19 trial, MPs told
258 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Nov―05 Pharmacy negotiator in talks with government on how pharmacists will help deliver a COVID-19 vaccine
259 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―30 Superdrug relaunches at-home COVID-19 antibody testing service
260 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―30 Hospital pharmacist's dystopian fiction takes top prize in COVID-19 writing competition
261 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―27 Regulator ‘following up’ Boots’ provision of rapid point of care COVID-19 antigen test
262 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―26 Reported patient safety incidents fell by almost half during COVID-19 pandemic
263 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―23 We’re running out of time to tackle COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy
264 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―21 Pharmacists able to dispense COVID-19 treatments without a prescription under government protocols
265 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―19 Respiratory impairment persists for weeks post-discharge in hospitalised COVID-19 patients
266 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―19 Hospitalised COVID-19 patients first in UK to receive antibody treatment in RECOVERY trial
267 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―19 Antivirals have little effect on mortality in patients hospitalised with COVID-19, suggest WHO trial interim results
268 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―16 Pharmacists able to administer unlicensed COVID-19 vaccines following legislation changes
269 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―14 Researchers to study whether vitamin D offers protection against COVID-19
270 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―08 Ten things pharmacists should know about COVID-19 vaccines
271 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―06 NHS England boss accuses Priadel manufacturer of using COVID-19 to ‘price-gouge’ British taxpayers
272 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―05 Pfizer triples manufacture of ventilation drugs during pandemic, UK managing director says
273 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―02 Warwick Smith: ‘The pandemic has removed factors that allowed us to be resilient for Brexit’
274 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Oct―01 The COVID-19 vaccines being backed by the UK and when we might get them
275 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―30 Researchers to study impact of adalimumab as a treatment for COVID-19 in care homes
276 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―30 Government tightens availability of remdesivir treatment for COVID-19 patients as supplies shrink
277 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―24 Differential diagnosis: cold, flu or COVID-19?
278 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―21 'Strong expectation' that COVID-19-vulnerable patients will be prioritised for new medication reviews, guidance says
279 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―18 Pharmacist brought in to encourage BAME recruitment to major UK COVID-19 clinical trial
280 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―17 Is pharmacy prepared for a resurgence of COVID-19?
281 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―11 Nearly all pharmacy employees at the three largest multiples have completed COVID-19 risk assessments
282 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―03 Investigating the use of plant-based artemisinin against COVID-19
283 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―03 No going back: how the pandemic is changing community pharmacy
284 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Sep―02 Patients with severe COVID-19 are 90% more likely to see better outcomes when taking hydrocortisone, finds research
285 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―28 Government consults on allowing pharmacy technicians to administer COVID-19 and flu vaccines
286 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―27 Formal referrals from pharmacy to mental health specialists are needed following COVID-19 pandemic, says RPS
287 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―26 Three hospital trusts trial electronic prescription service during COVID-19 pandemic
288 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―20 More than half of pharmacists worked extra unpaid hours during COVID-19 pandemic, survey by The Pharmaceutical Journal finds
289 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―19 Community pharmacists help deliver chemotherapy to thousands of patients’ homes during COVID-19 pandemic
290 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―19 Rate of depression in Great Britain doubled during COVID-19 pandemic, ONS figures reveal
291 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―18 National Institute for Health Protection takes over COVID-19 pandemic response from PHE
292 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―11 Quarter of pharmacists yet to be offered a COVID-19 risk assessment
293 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―07 Health and safety watchdog receives six reports of pharmacy staff contracting COVID-19
294 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―07 COVID-19 antibody testing not yet a 'game changer'
295 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―07 Join the European Women Pharmacists Meeting on coping with the COVID-19 crisis
296 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―06 No going back: how the pandemic is changing general practice pharmacy
297 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―05 Down, but not out: hydroxychloroquine could still have a role against COVID-19
298 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―03 Healthcare workers at greater risk of COVID-19 despite 'adequate' PPE, finds research
299 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Aug―03 Not all cancer patients should be regarded as vulnerable to COVID-19, says expert oncology group
300 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―31 Government-backed COVID-19 antibody finger-prick test could be ready for home use "within months"
301 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―31 Everything you need to know about COVID-19 antibody tests
302 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―27 'Excess weight' linked to higher risk of severe complications and death from COVID-19, PHE report concludes
303 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―22 GPhC warns against pharmacies providing rapid point-of-care COVID-19 antibody tests
304 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―22 Nearly a third of people more likely to visit their pharmacy first following COVID-19 pandemic
305 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―21 Public Health England will not change point-of-care COVID-19 antibody testing advice, despite SAGE evidence
306 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―21 ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine induces immune response and is safe in humans, early trial data suggests
307 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―20 Flu vaccines could be delivered at the same time as a COVID-19 vaccine, government says
308 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―17 COVID-19 staff assessments may miss those most at risk, say pharmacy bodies
309 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―16 Pharmacies will have major role in administering COVID-19 vaccine, says health secretary
310 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―15 Hundreds of UK pharmacies are now offering rapid point-of-care COVID-19 antibody testing
311 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―14 New Pharmacy Quality Scheme will focus only on COVID-19
312 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―14 Boots signs up for asymptomatic COVID-19 testing pilot
313 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―13 Health secretary refuses to commit on repayment of pandemic advance funding
314 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―10 Community pharmacies were 'essential' during COVID-19 pandemic, public says
315 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―09 Anticipatory prescribing practices rapidly changing under COVID-19
316 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―08 For community pharmacists to be treated as equals after the COVID-19 pandemic, they must become paid employees of the NHS
317 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―08 Government asked to produce plans for 'predictable supply' of PPE ahead of second COVID-19 wave
318 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―07 LloydsPharmacy jobs at risk of redundancy due to challenges of COVID-19
319 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―06 Flu vaccines could be delivered in sports stadiums, town halls and mosques to mitigate COVID-19 risk, says pharmacy negotiator
320 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―03 Statins linked to lower risk of death from COVID-19, study suggests
321 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―03 Everything you need to know about the COVID-19 therapy trials
322 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jul―02 No going back: how the pandemic is changing hospital pharmacy
323 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―30 Lopinavir/ritonavir 'not effective' for patients hospitalised with COVID-19, third set of RECOVERY trial results show
324 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―29 Disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on BAME populations not explained by cardiometabolic factors, vitamin D or deprivation, researchers find
325 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―29 Emergency contraception sales fall by more than 50% as pandemic causes 'disruption' to sexual health services
326 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―26 Family of pharmacist who died from COVID-19 to bring legal claim against government
327 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―25 More than two-thirds of BAME pharmacists yet to receive COVID-19 risk assessments, survey reveals
328 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―24 Government begins recruiting volunteers to evaluate finger-prick COVID-19 antibody tests
329 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―23 Investigational treatments for COVID-19
330 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―23 Pandemic medicines delivery service expected to end on 31 July 2020, says pharmacy representative body
331 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―22 Committee considering ethnicity as a factor in prioritising COVID-19 vaccinations
332 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―22 Pharmacies provide more than 400,000 medicines deliveries in first month of pandemic service
333 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―19 Well Pharmacy to risk assess all staff for COVID-19 from next week
334 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―17 MHRA instructs all UK hydroxychloroquine COVID-19 clinical trials to suspend recruitment
335 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―16 Pharmacy degree apprenticeships put on hold by COVID-19
336 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―16 Dexamethasone is ‘first drug’ to be shown to improve survival in COVID-19
337 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―15 Digital hospital-to-pharmacy referral service launch delayed by COVID-19
338 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―15 Training during a pandemic: tips for new preregistration trainees
339 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―12 We must tear down the barriers to equality for BAME communities highlighted by COVID-19
340 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―12 Pharmacist dies from COVID-19, bringing total number of confirmed pharmacy staff deaths to five
341 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―11 RPS survey on future of pharmacy after COVID-19 calls for greater use of remote consultations
342 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―10 The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the government to allow medicines reuse: we must not waste this opportunity to counter our throwaway culture
343 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―09 The importance of good mentoring, during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
344 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―08 'I do not know what to expect' - a day in the life of a pharmacist redeployed owing to COVID-19
345 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―08 COVID-19 infection control could cut community pharmacy capacity for flu vaccinations by two-thirds
346 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―08 No improvement in mortality rates for COVID-19 patients treated with remdesivir
347 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―05 No significant efficacy difference between courses of remdesivir in patients with severe COVID-19
348 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―05 Heparin and zilucoplan added to COVID-19 ACCORD trials platform
349 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―05 World Health Organization resumes hydroxychloroquine arm of COVID-19 SOLIDARITY trial
350 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―05 It should not have taken another pandemic to highlight BAME health inequalities
351 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―04 Review of COVID-19 disparities just 'restating problem', says RPS
352 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―02 Pharmacy and managing dental care during the COVID-19 pandemic
353 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―02 COVID-19 'test and trace' scheme may lead to temporary closures, say pharmacy leaders
354 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―01 The Commonwealth Pharmacists’ Association's global response to COVID-19
355 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―01 Salbutamol inhaler prescribing jumped 60% at start of COVID-19 pandemic
356 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jun―01 ‘We are at the forefront of COVID-19 research’ - a day in the life of a clinical trials pharmacist
357 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―29 Managing dental emergencies in response to COVID-19
358 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―29 Pharmacy leaders concerned over lack of widespread COVID-19 risk assessment for BAME staff
359 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―29 Thousands of pharmacies in deficit could close owing to COVID-19, trade body warns government
360 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―28 Community pharmacies to receive an additional £50m loan to mitigate COVID-19 pressures
361 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―26 First COVID-19 treatment to be made available for use in UK outside a clinical trial
362 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―22 Pharmacy teams to support care homes with 'clinical review' of patients amid COVID-19 response
363 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―21 Isolated, but not alone: how pharmacies are supporting older patients during COVID-19
364 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―21 Approved COVID-19 antibody test 'not intended for home use', manufacturer warns
365 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―21 Corticosteroids should be used with caution in patients with COVID-19, researchers say
366 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―21 Pharmacist leading coronavirus rapid test project elected as Fellow of Royal Society
367 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―20 Pharmacies selected as a ‘target setting’ for COVID-19 antibody testing
368 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―19 Community management of pneumonia and suspected COVID-19
369 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―19 Supplies of sedative used for COVID-19 patients diverted from France to avoid potential shortages
370 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―18 Pharmacy must change as a result of COVID-19, or be left behind
371 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―18 Renin-angiotensin system inhibitors not linked to COVID-19 severity, researchers conclude
372 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―18 Hydroxychloroquine fails to significantly improve COVID-19 survival rates, studies show
373 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―15 How RPS members around the world are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
374 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―11 Pharmacy - one of the driving forces behind the COVID-19 emergency hospitals
375 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―11 Pharmacies request just 5% of all tasks carried out by COVID-19 volunteers so far, NHS England says
376 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―07 Just 550 pharmacy staff referred for COVID-19 testing in first ten days of national scheme
377 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―07 Targeting COVID-19: the drugs being fast-tracked through clinical trials and how they work
378 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―06 NHS England advises pharmacies to 'risk assess' BAME staff for susceptibility to COVID-19
379 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―May―04 COVID-19 updates: 5 April 2020 - 30 April 2020
380 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―30 Community pharmacists will now be included in COVID-19 death-in-service scheme
381 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―29 Community pharmacies need £200m extra to stay afloat during COVID-19, trade body warns
382 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―28 Pharmacists will not be automatically included in government COVID-19 life assurance scheme
383 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―28 Pharmacy staff who have died during COVID-19 pandemic to be remembered during minute's silence
384 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―28 There is a vulnerable group we must not leave behind in our response to COVID-19: people who are dependent on illicit drugs
385 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―24 Serology testing for COVID-19 is the way forward, but we could face a long wait
386 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―24 Care home pharmacists redeployed, despite COVID-19 palliative care increase
387 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―24 Neurological symptoms common in COVID-19 patients, researchers say
388 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―24 Manufacturers report 'sporadic' resupply of sertraline following COVID-19 related shortage
389 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―24 Community pharmacy has a big role in managing the conditions that double as risk factors for pandemic diseases
390 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―23 Myocardial injury associated with increased risk of death from COVID-19, research suggests
391 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―21 Pharmacies' dispensing increases by up to a third as a result of COVID-19, survey finds
392 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―20 Supplies of some COVID-19 medicines to run out within days, government warns
393 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―20 Paracetamol or ibuprofen can be used to treat the symptoms of COVID-19, says NHS England
394 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―20 Why we should be wary of 'game-changing' claims about COVID-19 treatments
395 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―17 Unclear if antiretrovirals help against COVID-19, initial assessment concludes
396 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―17 How the Royal Pharmaceutical Society is working to support pharmacists through the COVID-19 pandemic
397 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―17 Pharmacy's part in COVID-19 response must be recognised
398 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―17 Pharmacists able to access COVID-19 testing within one day of sending in a request
399 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―16 Are pharmacy teams being protected against COVID-19?
400 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―15 Ways to safeguard UK drug supplies during COVID-19 and beyond
401 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―15 COVID-19 death rate under 1% when unconfirmed cases considered, researchers estimate
402 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―14 Smoking linked to progression of symptoms in COVID-19, study suggests
403 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―09 The hunt for an effective treatment for COVID-19
404 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―09 COVID-19 updates: 18 March 2020 - 3 April 2020
405 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―09 SARS-CoV-2 can survive on some surfaces for days, research reveals
406 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―08 Pharmacy teams given access to national mental health hotline for support during COVID-19 pandemic
407 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―07 We need long-term changes to tackle COVID-19 and future pandemics
408 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―07 Patients with mild cases of COVID-19 may shed virus for up to eight days after symptoms resolve
409 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―06 Five ways to promote self-care for you and your team during COVID-19
410 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―06 Pharmacy teams need protection to keep running during COVID-19
411 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―03 Up to 15% pharmacy staff off work in some chains owing to COVID-19
412 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―03 Could chloroquine be effective against COVID-19?
413 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―02 Asthma inhaler stocks low after COVID-19 linked demand spike, government says
414 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Apr―01 Emergency funding for COVID-19 not enough to prevent pharmacy closures, trade body warns
415 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―31 COVID-19 medicines delivery scheme in Wales to include logistics software
416 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―30 Community pharmacists will have access to NHS staff testing for COVID-19
417 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―27 Urgent calls to revise advice on protective equipment in face of COVID-19
418 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―27 How to keep your community pharmacy running during the COVID-19 pandemic
419 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―27 Could currently used vaccines protect against COVID-19?
420 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―24 COVID-19: Tell us how you are coping
421 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―20 Pharmacies across the UK close 'intermittently' to cope with increasing pressures from COVID-19
422 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―19 COVID-19 LATEST: GPhC condemns increasing abuse and violence against pharmacy teams
423 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―18 Medicines regulator and NICE to review evidence of impact of NSAIDs on COVID-19
424 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―18 RPS to focus activities on coronavirus support
425 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―17 Advice on NSAIDs and COVID-19
426 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―17 Pharmacists are on the front line of COVID-19, but they need help too
427 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―17 Concerned patients ‘strongly’ advised to continue taking medication amid COVID-19 fears
428 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―16 Some community pharmacies on ‘brink of collapse’ following COVID-19, says pharmacy negotiator
429 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―13 'Unprecedented demand' for OTC painkillers as COVID-19 outbreak spreads
430 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―12 Pharmacies urged to stay open seven days per week in the face of COVID-19
431 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―12 Call for pharmacists to be allowed to dispense from original packs during COVID-19 pandemic
432 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―11 COVID-19: tell us your experiences
433 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―10 Pharmacists to receive packs of gloves, aprons and masks as protection against COVID-19
434 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―10 Regulator may temporarily re-register 6,000 pharmacy staff to cope with a COVID-19 emergency
435 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―09 Competition watchdog to monitor price hikes during COVID-19 outbreak as pharmacists report rising cost of drugs
436 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―06 The race to stop COVID-19
437 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Mar―05 Pharmacists could be 'redeployed' to short-staffed areas under NHS COVID-19 plans
438 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Feb―28 NHS England advises pharmacies to prepare 'isolation space' for patients with suspected COVID-19
439 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Feb―13 Manufacturers asked to retain Brexit medicine stockpiles amid supply concerns over coronavirus
440 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Feb―12 Pharmacy reopens after deep clean amid coronavirus concerns at medical centre
441 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jan―30 Everything you should know about the coronavirus outbreak
442 [GO] The Pharmaceutical Journal 2020―Jan―27 PHE tells patients with suspected coronavirus to call GP or NHS 111
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