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Professional matters (20/27 August 2011)

August 2011's edition covers:

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  • New medicine service in the spotlight
  • RPS Charter Award forformer president Hemant Patel
  • Pharmacists must be empowered to supply out-of-the-ordinary medicines
  • No time for any quiet reflection before new season of parliamentary challenges
  • Work on transdermal drug delivery and microneedles bags RPS award
  • Keeping patients safe - getting the medicines right when they transfer
  • Need support as your career develops? Sign up to the RPS mentoring service
  • See what you might be missing- but you can still register for the RPS Conference
  • Panicking about your CPD? My local practice forum helped me tackle it
  • What changes do pharmacists want to see that would improve patient care?
  • Safe supply of medicines must mean that pharmacists are not over-stressed
  • Scottish directorate going full speed ahead to deliver what members want
  • Technical errors on CD prescriptions


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Citation: The Pharmaceutical JournalURI: 11082498

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