The Royal Pharmaceutical Society in Scotland (RPS) has called for an exploration of new models of care which enable pharmacists to better support people with their mental health. RPS is calling for an exploration of new models of care which enable pharmacists working in all settings to better support patients with mental health conditions […]
A campaign launched today is calling for action to increase the number of doctors being trained each year in Scotland.
The group established to support the implementation of the Scottish Government’s suicide prevention action plan, ‘every life matters’, has produced its first annual report.
Patients registered with GP practices across north west Angus are being invited to attend vaccination clinics at Whitehills Health and Community Care Centre and Kirriemuir Health Centre as part of a new pilot project.
People in Lothian are facing a five-month wait for a key drug that almost eliminates the risk of getting HIV.
A programme that placed a physiotherapist into the emergency department of Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital has now trebled in size after a successful trial.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society in Scotland has renewed its call on the Scottish Government to give all pharmacists read and write access to patient records.
MSPs are to investigate how the health service goes about buying and dispensing drugs as part of a new inquiry looking at medicines in NHS Scotland.
A heroin-assisted treatment service will be up and running in Glasgow by the end of this year. The move, which will allow the drug to be prescribed for addicts, is being introduced as pressure to allow a drug consumption room in the city grows.
Scotland’s health boards have recorded more than 90,000 ‘adverse events’ in a year which could have – or did – result in harm.