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  • From left: Sir Michael Rawlins, Douglas Simpson, Nikesh Kotecha and Clive Page

    The Queen honours four people with connections to pharmacySubscription

    The Queen’s Birthday Honours lists recognise the achievements of a wide range of people from across the UK. The Pharmaceutical Journal has profiled four people honoured this year who are either pharmacists or have close connections with pharmacy or the pharmaceutical industry.

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    Q&A: UK general election 2017: pharmacists reactSubscription

    The Pharmaceutical Journal interviews pharmacists from across the nation to get their thoughts on the results of the UK general election in June 2017.

  • Marie-Paule Keiny, World Health Organization (WHO) assistant director-general for health systems and innovation

    Q&A: Progress in seasonal influenza vaccines but world still short of capacity for pandemic vaccinesSubscription

    Marie-Paule Kieny from the World Health Organization discusses efforts over the past decade by the global agency to enhance seasonal influenza vaccine efficacy and production capacity, to ensure there is sufficient pandemic vaccine production, and to promote the effective development and deployment of pandemic vaccines by developing countries.

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    NHS cyber attack: views from the front lineSubscription

    The Pharmaceutical Journal spoke to pharmacists to find out how the cyber attack of 12 May 2017 affected their service provision and what they did to manage the situation.

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