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  • 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.

  • Why clinical governance is nota "less immediate topic" Subscription

    23 DEC 2000 0:00

    The Pharmaceutical Journal Vol 265 No 7128p914December 23/30, 2000 Broad Spectrum

  • Uptake of supplementary prescribing grants slow in Scotland

    4 FEB 2006 0:00

    More supplementary prescribers in Scotland should make use of the grants and payments available to them, the Scottish Pharmaceutical General Council has said.

  • Uptake of supplementary prescribing grants slow in Scotland

    4 FEB 2006 0:00

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  • University of Reading: Supplementary prescribing course results (2005)

    5 NOV 2005 0:00

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  • Tremendous clinical governance issues Subscription

    29 APR 2005 23:00

    What an interesting edition last week’s Pharmaceutical Journal was (23 April). There was a substantial piece on the contract-enforced “peace” between our rural colleagues and dispensing doctors, and substantial relief and

  • Thumbs up for independent prescribing Subscription

    13 MAY 2011 11:34

    Evidence from studies conducted on behalf of the Department of Health by researchers at the universities of Southampton and Keele gives the thumbs up to non-medical prescribing.

  • Thoughts on independent prescribing

    1 SEP 2005 11:35

    I have spent most of the past 25 years researching prescribingby GPs and seeking ways of making it safer and more effective. Despitemy work and that of about 150 other dedicated doctors, pharmacists, sociologistsand psychologists in the UK Drug Utilisation Research Group, prescribingcontinues to be a major source of sickness and death across the developedworld.

  • Pharmacy mortar and pestle with powdered 2016

    The people behind the biggest pharmacy stories of 2016

    15 DEC 2016 14:00
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    In our review of 2016, The Pharmaceutical Journal highlights the people behind the biggest pharmacy stories of the past 12 months. These are men and women who we considered to be the most strongly connected with the news stories that had the biggest impact on our readers.

  • Supplementary prescribing: one year on

    29 APR 2005 23:00

    Awareness of supplementary prescribing is lacking. It is not just the public who do not understand the concept of supplementary prescribing; it is also a mystery to some health professionals. This is one of the problems that was identified by a group of supplementary prescribers who met at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society last week.

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