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  • Skin Cancer: Front Shop Module 3, 2020

    Fair-skinned people are more likely to develop most forms of skin cancer because they produce less melanin. Melanin is the protective pigment in the outer layer of the skin (epidermis) and helps protect the skin from ultraviolet (UV) light. About […]

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  • Skin cancer and the pharmacist: Pharmacists Module 3, 2020

    The skin is the largest and most accessible of our organs, directly exposed to environmental carcinogens. Skin cancer – the abnormal and atypical growth of skin cells – most often develops on skin exposed to the sun including the scalp, […]

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  • Sinusitis in the pharmacy: Front Shop Module 2, 2020

    Sinusitis is one of the most common medical conditions seen in the community setting. Sinusitis may be caused by either a viral or bacterial infection, or by an allergy. About 0.5% of all upper respiratory tract infections, such as colds, […]

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  • Migraine: Pharmacists Module 2, 2020

    Migraine is a common condition in primary care, and the pharmacist is often the first healthcare provider who is consulted by a patient who has migraine.

    Migraine is a type of headache characterised by attacks that each last from 4 to […]

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  • Common Eye Problems: Front Shop Module 1, 2020

    Patients often visit the community pharmacy
    with eye complaints. The pharmacy staff are well-placed to inform customers
    about maintaining healthy eyes as well as about managing common eye problems.
    This module discusses the presentation, the signs and symptoms and the
    treatment of common eye […]

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  • Common Eye Problems: Pharmacists Module 1, 2020

    is our dominant sense. Some 70% of all the sensory receptors in the body are in
    the eyes. Common eye problems may range from tired, red eyes through to deteriorating
    vision. Patients often visit community pharmacies with eye complaints, and
    pharmacists are well-placed […]

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  • Depression: Front Shop Module 5, 2019

    Depression is a medical condition that is more serious than
    everyday sadness. It causes long-lasting symptoms that interfere with a
    person’s ability to function. In children and adolescents, depression affects
    their ability to perform well in school and to develop and maintain
    relationships and […]

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  • Major Depression: Pharmacists Module 5, 2019

    Major depressive disorder (MDD) or unipolar
    major depression, is a leading cause of illness and disability globally and in
    South Africa. It is the most common psychiatric disorder worldwide with a
    prevalence that is increasing over time.

    Despite the high prevalence rates, few
    people […]

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  • Understanding Asthma: Front Shop Module 4, 2019

    Asthma is a common lung disease that affects millions of adults and children worldwide. It causes narrowing of the airways (breathing tubes) in the lungs that can make it hard to breathe.
    This module will enable members of staff to understand […]

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  • Asthma – the 2019 Update: Pharmacists Module 4, 2019

    Asthma is a common chronic disease that affects people of all ages in all parts of the world. It is a cause of substantial burden of disease, including both premature death and reduced quality of life. Asthma affects an estimated […]

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This programme is fantastic! I have done it for many years. I look forward to each module.


These are topics seen every day in the pharmacy, so when a patient comes in you have a much better understanding and are better able to help the patient.


Everything I have learnt from this programme has been put to use at least twice a day in the pharmacy.

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