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    Hi Guys

    I was wondering if anyone can recommend a good, up to date OTC guide/book that contains the latest recommendation and advice. With new drugs now available, I'm wanting a good guide that is informative yet up to date. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated,


    Thank you in advance


  • #2
    The C&D publish one (or they used to)- and it is really good.
    Watch out for one in the pharmacy that you work at?
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    • #3
      Counter Intelligence Plus is a really good option. The front section is broken down into pharmacy categories and offers the latest advice and OTC recommendations for common health concerns. The back section is a product directory of OTC treatments. It is delivered with Pharmacy Magazine and Training Matters and the 2018 version should have just landed in stores.

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      • #4
        Counter Intelligence Plus is a really good option. The front section is broken down into pharmacy categories and offers the latest advice and OTC recommendations for common health concerns. The back section is a product directory of OTC treatments. It is delivered with Pharmacy Magazine and Training Matters and the 2018 version should have just landed in stores.

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        • #5
          If you have a CPPE account, they have a good minor ailments pdf from 2016 called “Common clinical conditions and minor ailments”

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          • #6
            If you’re after a little handy reference then yes Counter Intelligence is convenient but if you’re after more of a textbook then I find (I think the author is Paul Rutter) Community Pharmacy very informative.

            Hope that helps!

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