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Issue : Clinical Pharmacist, 2010

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  • Burns (answers) Subscription

    1 OCT 2010

    QuestionsJuly/August 2010’s Lifelong Learning questions are based on the CLINICALFOCUS articles on BurnsThe questions can be viewed/printedThis online module is closed

  • Let’s not start from scratch (Clinical Pharmacist, October 2010) Subscription

    1 OCT 2010 11:10

    When you read this there will be a new pharmacy regulator (the General Pharmaceutical Council) and a new Royal Pharmaceutical Society — a voluntary membership organisation with the same name but whose remit, at least, is vastly different from that of the defunct body.

  • Looking for information

    Looking for information on future medicines? Try New Drugs Online Subscription

    30 SEP 2010 15:18

    Pharmacists are often asked to make decisions on medicines that are not yet licensed or have only just reached the market. New Drugs Online, a resource from UKMi, is useful in such situations  

  • Homecare providers

    Clinical homecare providers are warmed up and ready

    30 SEP 2010 6:13

    Increasingly patients are receiving their medicines via clinical homecare companies. How are these providers meeting challenges such as NHS budget cuts and calls for increased governance? Ailsa Colquhoun is a freelance writer and media trainer  

  • Medicines information pharmacists give yellow card reporting a boost

    30 SEP 2010 6:08

    Adverse drug reaction reporting has been enhanced through a collaborative project between the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency and UK Medicines Information.

  • Pharmacists in primary care look to the future

    30 SEP 2010 6:05

    Most primary care pharmacists expect to be working for GP consortia once primary care trusts are abolished, according to a recent survey (July 2010) by the Primary Care Pharmacists’ Association.

  • Coronary stenting

    Double-dose clopidogrel benefits PCI patients

    30 SEP 2010 6:02

    Doubling the dose of clopidogrel for patients admitted to hospital with acute coronary syndromes (ACS) does not reduce their risk of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction or stroke, according to research in The New England Journal of Medicine (2010;363:930).

  • Helen Gordon

    Representing pharmacy in the liberated NHS Subscription

    30 SEP 2010 6:02

    The woman at the helm of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society considers what support clinical pharmacists will need in the new NHS  

  • Cisatracurium reduces mortality in severe ARDS

    30 SEP 2010 6:02

    Early administration of the neuromuscular blocker (NMB) cisatracurium improves mortality among patients with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), research suggests (New England Journal of Medicine 2010;363:1107).

  • Why I like to get to know my patients Subscription

    29 SEP 2010 13:18 By Rachel Hall

    I am passionate about getting to know my patients — I believe this continuity builds trust, gives me insight into their condition and helps with the shared decision-making process.

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