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  • Ventilator pump

    Zanamivir should not be reformulated as liquid

    16 OCT 2009 9:20

    Zanamivir (Relenza) inhalation powder should not be reconstituted in any liquid formulation and is not recommended for use in a nebuliser or mechanical ventilator, GlaxoSmithKline has said. Its advice is backed by the Commission on Human Medicines.

  • Young people receptive to a wider role for pharmacists

    11 SEP 2009 14:25

    Younger people are open to the idea of pharmacists expanding their clinical role to prescribe and dispense medicines, according to research published in the latest edition of the International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.

  • You’ve never had it so good Subscription

    26 JUN 2008 17:11

  • You don’t just “have a role” — show the proof (Clinical Pharmacist, January 2011) Subscription

    7 JAN 2011 7:10

    “Pharmacists have a key role to play” — if the Clinical Pharmacist team had a pound for every time we heard those words we would be wealthy pharmaceutical journalists indeed. But it risks becoming a bugbear.

  • You can do research, too! Subscription

    15 SEP 2011 9:12

    Research is for academics or for hospital pharmacists working with other health professionals. It is far too hard for community pharmacists to undertake. Think again!

  • Yorkshire pharmacy develops John Lewis style partnership Subscription

    31 JAN 2013 11:44

    A South Yorkshire pharmacy has developed a John Lewis style partnership model for its staff in a bid to maintain the company ethos and help sustain the independent sector. Wicker Pharmacy in Sheffield thinks the model could be copied by other independents as a way of holding onto ownership and preventing them being sold to a "large remote company".

  • Yellow cards postal address

    15 SEP 2010 16:36

    Due to the relocation of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s head office, a new postal address is now available for yellow cards.

  • dupuytren’s contracture

    Xiapex for Dupuytren’s contracture Subscription

    30 JUN 2011 16:43

    Who it is forCollagenase Clostridium histolyticum marketed as Xiapex (Pfizer) is the first licensed injectable treatment for adults with Dupuytren’s contracture with a palpable cord.

  • Scottish flag

    Xarelto and Picato among medicines accepted by SMC Subscription

    12 MAR 2013 14:09

    Two medicines have been accepted for use in NHS Scotland by the Scottish Medicines Consortium in its latest round of decisions announced yesterday (11 March 2013). A further three medicines have been accepted for restricted use and one was not accepted. The accepted medicines are:  

  • Would adopting a quality and outcomes framework improve the standard of medicines use reviews in community pharmacy? Subscription

    27 JUN 2011

    ABSTRACT AimTo evaluate pharmacists’ opinions on the use of a quality and outcomes framework (QOF) as a tool to improve the standard of medicines use reviews (MURs), using an asthma checklist as an example of a possible proposed quality and outcomes framework.

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