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  • Pharmacy in Macedonia Subscription

    29 JAN 2000 0:00 By Pamela Mason
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    Pamela Mason reports on health care provision in Macedonia

  • Integrated care in Germany Subscription

    27 JAN 2001 0:00

    The Pharmaceutical Journal Vol 266 No 7132 p122

  • Pharmaceutical care - the German experience Subscription

    27 JAN 2001 0:00

    Pharmaceutical care is developing in several European countries, but perhaps most visibly in countries such as the Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Germany and increasingly in the United Kingdom. In all countries, pharmaceutical care starts and progresses largely due to the enthusiasm and efforts of a few individuals and in Germany, the leader in this field is Professor Marion Schaefer. Pamela Mason travelled to Germany to speak to her

  • Pharmacy in Estonia Subscription

    2 JUN 2001 0:00
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    Pamela Mason visited Estonia recently and look at how pharmacy is practised in that country. Here, she reports what she found

  • Who was the pharmacist of Auschwitz? Subscription

    18 DEC 2004 0:00
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    In this article, Edzard Ernst recounts the chilling details he found out about Victor Capesius, a pharmacist convicted of Nazi war crimes

  • Why the French Riviera became the place to be for English pharmacists Subscription

    18 DEC 2004 0:00
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    Stuart Anderson, PhD, MRPharmS, is a senior lecturer in the department of public health and policy at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and  president of the British Society for the History of Pharmacy

  • Colette McCreedy’s thoughts on Europe

    1 MAY 2008 By Matthew Wright

    Colette McCreedy from the National Pharmacy Association spoke to Matthew Wright about her work with the PGEU  

  • EAHP: Success of innovation relies on local suitability and culture change

    30 MAR 2010 11:18 By Matthew Wright

    Organisational culture change is the starting point for adopting technological advances that improve patient safety, it was suggested in an industry-sponsored session during the 15th anniversary congress of the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists.

  • We must not let Europe slow down the pace of British POM-to-P switches Subscription

    6 MAR 2013 14:13

    2013 is the 30th anniversary of the first switch of a prescription-only medicine to pharmacy control. Could this year also mark the end of an era, asks Sheila Kelly

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    Scandinavian countries show interest in new medicine service as full results of evaluation are prepared

    5 MAR 2014 14:05

    Pharmacy groups in two Scandinavian countries have shown interest in how England’s new medicine service works, in the hope that they can adopt some aspects of it for similar programmes in their countries, according to Matthew Boyd, co-chief investigator of the NMS evaluation study.

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