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Sid Dajani

Sid Dajani

Andover, Hampshire Treasurer of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and English Pharmacy Board member. Independent Community Pharmacist

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  • Tribute to Bob MichellSubscription

    31 JAN 2017

    For more than seven years I had the privilege to work with Bob Michell, an advocate for our profession, and it was both a pleasure and an honour. His wit was incomparable, his writing was dazzling and fearless, and his intelligence was matched by compassion — he was a one-off. Much is known and written about the extensive good work he did at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, however, what I will miss the most is the man behind the impeccable reputation. Bob was a man with a mag

  • Identifying patients with testosterone deficiency in community pharmacySubscription

    24 NOV 2016

    Addressing men’s health is always an ongoing conundrum and not just limited to “Movember”. Beyond just addressing this health issue, it is also about saving valuable NHS resources, keeping families together for longer, reducing economic loss and improving health equality. Community pharmacy can play an important role in the management of men’s health. In particular, testosterone deficiency has far more serious consequences and stronger links with other diseases than previously recognis

  • Workload pressures must be addressedSubscription

    27 APR 2015

    Much has been written about the role pharmacy can play in relieving pressures on the NHS — being an integral part of accident and emergency departments and GP surgeries, developing public health services and improving interfaces between primary and secondary care. This is welcome news because the NHS has historically undervalued the role that we can play in improving and maintaining the public’s health. However, there is a huge hurdle to these becoming a reality, which we collectively ignore

  • The future of the UK post-BrexitSubscription

    22 AUG 2016

  • Tribute to Kirit PatelSubscription

    12 AUG 2016

  • The risks with using sodium valproateSubscription

    PJ, 10/17 May 2014, Vol 292, No 7809/10

  • Not just a voice for the professionSubscription

    PJ, 5 July 2014, Vol 293, No 7817

  • What does the EU have to do with me?Subscription

    PJ, 24/31 May 2014, Vol 292, No 7811/2

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