How the 'tripledemic' is restricting cold and flu medicine supplies – and what to do if you're affected
By Liz Breen, Director of the Digital Health Enterprise Zone (DHEZ), University of Bradford, Professor in Health Service Operations, University of Bradford
Zoe Edwards, Practice Pharmacist/Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Bradford
This winter has been one of the worst on record for the NHS. Ambulance and A&E waiting times are at all-time highs, and many are struggling to access emergency treatment.
Patients are now reporting difficulties accessing certain over-the-counter medicines used to treat colds and flu from pharmacies and high-street outlets. While medicine…
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- Friday, January 20, 2023