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  • Pharmacists’ role in the Children’s NSF Subscription

    12 DEC 2004 14:41

    The long-awaited National Service Framework for Children, Young People and Maternity Services, published last week by the Department of Health (PJ, 18 September, p369), sets out 11 standards to be met over the next decade.

  • How to improve medicines management at the primary/secondary care interface Subscription

    12 DEC 2004 14:47
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    The fact that patients have problems with medicines as they move between primary and secondary care is hardly news. Research in this area dates back over 10 years and it has been on pharmacy’s agenda for at least as long. What is remarkable is that the problem has yet to be solved. Examples of good practice

  • Cystic fibrosis — pharmacological management Subscription

    14 DEC 2005 17:54

    An up to date article on cystic fibrosis can be found here. 

  • ­Guide to audit Subscription

    14 DEC 2005 18:05

    ­Introduction This guide has been ­updated from previous work on audit ­carried out by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and will help pharmacists implement the audit requirements of the new pharmacy contract introduced in England and Wales on 1 April 2005.

  • Let PAS not be swept under the carpet Subscription

    17 FEB 2007 14:19

    I should like to respond to Mark Donaghy’s letter (PJ, 3 February, p133) and Anthonia Chalmers’s reply (PJ, 10 February, p164).

  • Be more vigilant! Subscription

    12 MAY 2007 13:52

    With so much effort being made by the leading pharmacy bodies to explain to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency that pseudoephedrine-containing products are safe in the hands of community pharmacists, the small study recently posted on the MHRA website makes for disappointing reading.

  • Government won’t dare hand over NHS Subscription

    12 MAY 2007 13:54

    Presumably timed to coincide with the announcement of the departure ofTony Blair, the British Medical Association has challenged theGovernment to establish an independent board of governors to overseethe management of the NHS. Apparently, Gordon Brown has some sympathywith this idea since it reflects his decision shortly after the 1997

  • How mental health trusts are making changes to medicines management

    14 JUL 2007 10:49

    Lin-Nam Wang reports on changes since “Talking about medicines”

  • Penalised for working in the NHS Subscription

    11 AUG 2007 14:53

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