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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts from: November 2014

Taxing tampons as luxury items is simply ridiculous

Posted by: Chris ChapmanTue, 25 Nov 2014

Chris Chapman describes a campaign from the University of East Anglia student union to remove the 5% VAT that women’s sanitary items are subject to.

How does lack of anonymity facilitate shared learning in error reporting?

Posted by: Joy WingfieldMon, 3 Nov 2014

Why Joy Wingfield is concerned about the decision to abolish anonymity for community pharmacies in reporting errors before the decriminalisation of dispensing errors has become a reality.

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