Pharmacy Learning Centre


About us

The Pharmacy Learning Centre on acute pain is the result of a partnership between The Pharmaceutical Journal and health and hygiene company RB. Together, we aim to provide free and open resources for pharmacy teams to better serve patients seeking advice for acute pain.

We collate editorial learning content produced for The Pharmaceutical Journal and complement this with newly commissioned articles, produced with the financial support of RB. Our partner RB also has the opportunity to position their educational material explaining the value of the work and products they produce for patients.

The Pharmacy Learning Centre is central to our mission to provide pharmacy with valuable advice and support their everyday practice.


The Pharmaceutical Journal is the official journal of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. We aim to inform pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists on the latest advances in pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical science throughout the world; provide career advice to these professionals and support them in their progression; and importantly, to build recognition of the benefits of the advancement of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical science. For more information on The Pharmaceutical Journal, click here.


RB is the world leading consumer health and hygiene company, operating in over 60 countries and employing approximately 37,000 people worldwide. Inspired by a purpose to deliver innovative solutions for healthier and happier homes, our health, hygiene and home portfolio is led by global brands across a broad range of categories. For more information on RB, click here.


Invented by a team of scientists back in the 1960’s and launched as an over-the counter medicine in 1983, Nurofen is the NR.1 brand in pain relief today. The brand offers a comprehensive range of innovative products and continues to drive science and innovation to help people manage their pain better, from headaches to back pain, from cold symptoms to fever. For more information on Nurofen, click here.