Emma started at The Pharmaceutical Journal as editorial assistant. She is now responsible for the careers and education section, including Tomorrow's Pharmacist.
Pharmacist Ana Martinez explains how involving pharmacists in HIV clinical trials earned her the highest honour from the International Pharmaceutical Federation.
Unnecessary variation in hospital pharmacy services on weekends can be avoided through optimal use of medicines, technology and workforce, according to an NHS report published on 5 September 2016.
Errors in ‘hub-and-spoke’ dispensing could see risk of liability at both ends of the network, conference hearsSubscription
Changing the law to allow independent pharmacies to use a ‘hub-and-spoke’ model of dispensing will be more complex than the government anticipates, as there are question marks around liability, according to David Reissner, a partner at law firm Charles Russell Speechlys.
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