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Veterinary pharmacy

A special feature on veterinary pharmacy, published in The Pharmaceutical Journal on 19 March 2011

 

Veterinary medicines — a not-to-be-missed opportunity for pharmacy
At a time when traditional over-the-counter business for community pharmacy has been in decline for many years, Andrew Evans takes a look at how veterinary medicines are fast becoming a professional range that may fill the gap
PJ 2011;286:339 (19 March 2011)

The quality of veterinary medicines — what is it and why does it matter?
Sarah Cockbill examines how the UK Veterinary Medicines Regulations came about, how consistent quality is ensured in the production of veterinary medicinal products and safeguards that ensure the quality of new veterinary medicines is maintained
PJ 2011;286:340-341 (19 March 2011)

Do you want to learn more? Read on …
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Harper Adams University College have produced a selection of veterinary pharmacy programmes for those involved with the provision of animal health. Steven Kayne, the course director, explains
PJ 2011;286:341 (19 March 2011)

Zoonoses: public health issues with keeping animals or eating them
Zoonoses can become major public health threats if they become uncontrolled. Martin Shakespeare looks at the factors that can lead to unexpected zoonotic disease outbreaks and how they can be controlled
PJ 2011;286:342 (19 March 2011)

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 11071302

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