Helping pharmacy teams manage joint pain effectively

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society, in partnership with GSK, has brought together industry experts and pharmacists to highlight the issues joint pain can have on patients’ lives. They identified key challenges facing the pharmacy team in the proactive identification and management of this increasingly prevalent condition.

This site contains a range of resources to support pharmacy teams in providing advice and recommendation for patients presenting with joint pain to enable them to live fuller lives. This information may be used to form part of your continuing professional development and includes:

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How the resources on this site can contribute to your continued professional development (CPD)

Reviewing the articles, management pathway and content on this site and reflecting on what you have learnt and how it may support your professional development contributes to your CPD as a pharmacist. Once you have reviewed the material, please consider the following:

What did you learn?

  • What knowledge, skills, attitudes or competencies have you developed, improved or reinforced?
  • How do you feel this learning has changed or will change your practice?
  • What further learning or development needs do you have as a result of this activity?

Click here for further information on the CPD revalidation framework.