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  • Pharmacy in the future: students' views Subscription

    5 JAN 2002 0:00
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    Pharmacy students are the future of the profession. Clare Bellingham talks to students about what they hope they will achieve as pharmacists and what problems they think might hold them back

  • What goes around comes around Subscription

    4 SEP 2004 0:00

    When the committee of my local branch of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society proposed a formal dinner to celebrate the centenary of the formation of the branch I realised that as chairman I would be expected to make a speech. Not being a natural public speaker I was not exactly thrilled at the prospect but nevertheless put some thought into what I might say and how I might say it.

  • A career as … a specialist paediatric pharmacist Subscription

    1 JAN 2005

    Simon Keady is principal pharmacist, women and children's services, University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Ian Costello is senior editor, Childrens British National Formulary, Royal Pharmaceutical Society

  • Advice from a superintendent pharmacist: aim beyond your reach Subscription

    1 JAN 2005

    Dawn Connelly is editor of Tomorrow’s Pharmacist and staff editor at The Pharmaceutical Journal

  • Why should pharmacy students be interested in complementary and alternative medicine? Subscription

    1 JAN 2005

    Pamela Mason is a freelance pharmaceutical journalist based in Wales

  • The pension crisis — what the future is for NHS employees Subscription

    1 FEB 2005

    Peter Davies is an independent financial adviser and practice principal, Ashley Law Cathedral, Cardiff

  • Putting NICE guidance into practice Subscription

    19 FEB 2005

    The NHS in England and Wales is required to provide funding and resourcesfor medicines and treatments recommended by the National Institute forClinical Excellence through its technology appraisals. This is no meanfeat considering the frequency at which such guidance is published.

  • How pharmacy can benefit patients and professionals in palliative care Subscription

    12 MAR 2005

    Margaret Hook has been providing advice and medicines to St Peter’sHospice in Bristol for over 15 years. At first this was from the localcommunity pharmacy but in 1997 the work was offered for tender and shebegan a 12-hour service each week, supplying drugs, discharge prescriptionsand advice to the clinical team and patients. The hours have increased

  • A year in the life of a supplementary prescriber Subscription

    30 APR 2005

    Mark Tomlin is critical care directorate pharmacist at Southampton General Hospital. Over a year has passed since pharmacists began working as supplementary prescribers in UK hospitals

  • Taking medicines review into a mosque Subscription

    13 MAY 2005

    Compared with the indigenous population in Britain, ethnic minoritygroups, and South Asians in particular, are more likely to develop type2 diabetes, to develop it earlier and to present with complications.Glasgow has the highest ethnic minority population in Scotland and alarge South Asian population, many of whom have diabetes. But knowledge

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