In accordance with government strategies to prioritise women’s health across England, Scotland, and Wales, and publication of the RPS position statement, The Pharmaceutical Journal has undertaken a comprehensive review of related content and resources to identify gaps and enhance the discoverability of our existing content.
Our content is now mapped across the life course, covering both reproductive and general health needs; highlighting priority areas where pharmacists have the potential to improve the experience of their patients.
Almost 3,000 pharmacies sign up to provide service to initiate contraception
HRT associated with 46% increase in rheumatoid arthritis, suggest study results
Non-hormonal treatment for menopause vasomotor symptoms approved for use in the UK
Medicines regulator approves anastrozole for prevention of breast cancer in post-menopausal women
HRT prescribing increased by almost half in one year, NHS figures show
Metformin for gestational diabetes does not increase preterm births, study results suggest
Women, research and clinical trials
Why we need to talk about sex and clinical trials
RPS calls for more research on how medicines work in women
Sex bias in drug research: a call for change
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Each month we highlight topical content from across the life course to support unplanned learning.