NHS Education for Scotland (NES) has signed a new three-year contract with Pharmaceutical Press, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s knowledge business to continue the supply of trusted medicines information through MedicinesComplete, to healthcare professionals in Scotland.
This significant and renewed investment from NES demonstrates unequivocal confidence in the publisher and highlights Pharmaceutical Press’ ongoing commitment to provide practical and evidence-based guidance, supporting those who prescribe, dispense, and administer medicines. Essential resources include Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference, Palliative Care formulary, Stockley’s Drug Interactions and Critical Illness.
Relied on by healthcare professionals globally for use in everyday practice, clear and concise guidance through MedicinesComplete supports confident decision-making at the point of care. A rigorous editorial process ensures the content is accurate, up-to-date and reflects recent best practice.
Donna Watson, Knowledge Manager at NHS Education for Scotland commented, “The suite of resources that NHS Scotland subscribe to through MedicinesComplete are essential in supporting the day-to-day practice of healthcare professionals within our workforce. The key nature of these resources is demonstrated by the consistently high usage and the positive feedback we receive.”
Karen Baxter, Pharmaceutical Press Managing Director said, “We are delighted to continue our successful working partnership with NES. We recognise their commitment to supporting all healthcare professionals across Scotland with easy access to essential resources through MedicinesComplete, and regard it as the standard of information provision, providing consistent access to essential knowledge, for all clinicians in every setting.”