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  • Artist Damien Hirst intends to open a new restaurant called “pharmacy2” in London in 2016 after he faced legal difficulties with his first “Pharmacy” restaurant, which opened in 1998. In the image, a picture of Pharmacy Bar and Restaurant in Notting Hill

    Damien Hirst, Pharmacy and the 1968 Medicines Act

    9 NOV 2015 By Szu Shen Wong
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    Artist Damien Hirst intends to open a new restaurant called “pharmacy2” in London in 2016. Szu Wong recalls the legal difficulties he ran into with his first “Pharmacy” restaurant, which he opened in 1998.

  • Being a trustee for a charity enables pharmacists to gain skills in leadership, organisation and teamwork. In the image, illustration of working hands

    Boosting your pharmacy career by becoming a charity trustee Subscription

    2 NOV 2015 16:25 By Ingrid Torjesen

    Being a trustee for a charity enables pharmacists to gain skills in leadership, organisation and teamwork. Ingrid Torjesen finds out what being a trustee involves and how you can become one.

  • The Great British Tea Party for European Antibiotic Awareness Day Subscription

    30 OCT 2015 12:37

    The charity Antibiotic Research UK is running a large fundraising and educational event, called the Great British Tea Party, to coincide with European Antibiotic Awareness Day on 18 November 2015. The charity will be providing organisers with information and materials about appropriate and inappropriate antibiotic use. Those ...

  • Repeat medication management resource Subscription

    30 OCT 2015 12:23

    The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) has published an information sheet for superintendent pharmacists and pharmacy teams about repeat medication management, prescription collection and delivery services. The ...

  • Georgia has become the first country to receive free courses of the anti-tuberculosis drug bedaquiline through a partnership between USAID and Janssen Therapeutics. In the image, Mario Raviglione, global TB programme director for the WHO

    Janssen provides free courses of anti-TB drug bedaquiline Subscription

    21 OCT 2015 16:05

    Georgia has become the first country to receive free courses of the anti-tuberculosis drug bedaquiline (Sirturo) through an innovative drug donation partnership between USAID and Janssen Therapeutics.

  • Pharmacist Helen Jackson (pictured) has been an inspector for the General Pharmaceutical Council

    Why I enjoy inspecting pharmacies for the GPhC Subscription

    16 OCT 2015 13:48 By Helen Jackson

    Inspecting pharmacies for the General Pharmaceutical Council gives Helen Jackson the opportunity to engage the pharmacy team and see services improve.

  • Countries involved in the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement concluded their negotiations on 5 October 2015, spelling out the data protection terms for biologic medicines.

    Trade deal gives minimum of five years of data protection for biologic drugs Subscription

    12 OCT 2015 16:33 By John Zarocostas, Elizabeth Sukkar

    The countries negotiating the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement reached a conclusion on 5 October 2015, spelling out the data protection terms for biologic medicines.

  • Biosimilar medicines resource Subscription

    8 OCT 2015 10:01

    NHS England has published a document entitled ‘What is a biosimilar medicine?’, which explains how healthcare professionals can support the appropriate use of all biological medicines, including biosimilar medicines, for the benefit of NHS patients. The NHS England document, which was produced in collaboration with the Medicines and Healthcare product Regulatory Agency, the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the pharmaceutical industry ...

  • With a degree in pharmacy, you have a skill that is sought the world over. So, if you would like a new challenge or just fancy seeing more of the world, rest assured there are opportunities to ply your trade in some faraway land

    What pharmacists should consider before moving to another country Subscription

    5 OCT 2015 16:48 By Gareth Malson
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    Moving to a different country to practise pharmacy gives practitioners the chance to work in unfamiliar conditions, meet new people and immerse themselves in foreign cultures. But if you are thinking of relocating abroad, what should you think about before doing so?

  • Pharmacist in Homeopatic pharmacy Varanasi Benares India

    Selling homeopathy undermines pharmacists as evidence-based practitioners

    28 SEP 2015 By Emma Page

    At a recent debate at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society annual conference, pharmacists discussed whether homeopathic medicines should be sold from community pharmacies.

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