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Category list : Animal diseases

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  • Access to veterinary medicines

    4 NOV 2000 0:00

    The Pharmaceutical Journal Vol 265 No 7121 p697-700 November 04, 2000 ForumVeterinary Pharmacists GroupAccess to veterinary medicines

  • Amendment to MEP section on veterinary medicines

    22 JUL 2005 23:00

    The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is asking recipients of the new 29th edition of ‘Medicines, ethics and practice: a guide for pharmacists’ to make an amendment to the section concerned with medicines for veterinary use.

  • Pets (Flavijus Piliponis/

    Animal medicines — a neglected market Subscription

    24 MAR 2009 11:51

    Animal healthcare offers pharmacists a lucrative market for which there is limited competition. Francesca Rivers explains how to get startedBusiness insight | Expanding your income streams and product range  

  • Animal medicines rules revised again

    24 JUN 2010 12:54

    Amendments to the Veterinary Medicines Regulations 2009 have been put out to consultation until 10 September 2010.Changes include a move to allow UK pharmacists to dispense prescriptions written by vets in the European Economic Area and the introduction of a fee to assess equivalence data for parallel imported products.

  • Balancing action on antimicrobial resistance with animal welfare Subscription

    26 JAN 2017 16:14 By Rob Morris, Gwyn Jones

    As almost everyone in the business of caring for the health of humans and animals is acutely aware, on our current trajectory, it is estimated that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) will cause 10 million deaths annually by 2050, with many arising from simple infections following routine operations. This is why the UK government has placed antimicrobial resistance at the top of its risk register alongside terrorism and pandemic influenza.

  • A suspected case of avian influenza (bird flu) has been reported on a poultry farm in Dunfermline in Fife, Scotland, the Scottish government has confirmed. In the image, micrograph of avian influenza virus particles

    Bird flu case reported on Scottish poultry farm Subscription

    11 JAN 2016 16:26

    A suspected case of avian influenza (bird flu) has been reported on a poultry farm in Dunfermline in Fife, the Scottish Government has confirmed.

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    Book review: ‘An introduction to veterinary medicine for pharmacists and suitably qualified persons' Subscription

    14 SEP 2011 13:34

    An invaluable resource on veterinary medicine‘An introduction to veterinary medicine for pharmacists and suitably qualified persons’, 2nd edition, edited by Steven B. Kayne. Pp xiv+659. Price £45. Scotland: Saltire Books Ltd; 2011. ISBN 978 0 95590 653 4

  • British Small Animal Veterinary Association

    11 APR 2008 23:00

    The 51st congress and exhibition of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association congress took place in Birmingham from 3 to 6 April Importance of understanding zoonoses

  • British Veterinary Association

    13 OCT 2006 23:00

    The British Veterinary Association Congress took place in London from 29 September to October 1

  • Call for a veterinary pharmacy focus

    1 JUN 2012 11:06

    Veterinary pharmacy is an area that should be developed further for all pharmacists, according to a small online survey of Royal Pharmaceutical Society members.

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