Policy and Practice




We Have More Control Over Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease Than We Think

Framing Alzheimer’s Disease as a public health imperative linked to chronic disease prevention could be the catalyst we need to encourage younger people to adopt healthier behavior while there’s still enough time.

An Ageing Population Underlines Need for New Strategies to Improve Uptake of Adult Pneumococcal Immunisation

The following article is based on expert discussions taken from the MSD Pneumococcal Vaccination Policy Roundtable that took place in Cape Town, South Africa...

The 50 Most Influential Leaders in Pharmacy 2022 Awards

Today the Pharmacy Podcast Network announces the winners of the 50 Most Influential Leaders in Pharmacy 2023 Awards. 

Interesting Findings Of Weekend Only Drinking

In their provocative recent report, researchers observe that “a significant amount of binge drinking among adults escapes public health scrutiny” because it occurs among people who drink at a moderate average level.