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Issue : Clinical Pharmacist, 2011

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  • Treatments for people with ADHD Subscription

    2 NOV 2011

    What is LEARNING LIGHT? This series offers a simple, practical approach to continuing education.

  • How education should link with career paths Subscription

    2 NOV 2011 15:52

    How good is your pharmacy practice? And what does “good” look like? Take a look back at the education and training you have received in your career to date. Has it stood you in good stead?

  • “A big shift from where we are now” Subscription

    2 NOV 2011 15:37 By Matthew Wright

    The Health and Social Care Bill is some way along its passage through the House of Lords. So it appears the NHS in England will indeed go through many of the Government’s proposed changes.

  • Is there a place for therapeutic drug monitoring of olanzapine? Subscription

    2 NOV 2011 15:22

    The relationship between olanzapine dose and plasma concentration is not simple and may be affected by factors such as age, sex and smoking status. So when is therapeutic drug monitoring useful? 

  • Chris Dixon

    The loose ends are sorted. Job done Subscription

    2 NOV 2011 14:28 By Chris Dixon

    Training as a pharmacist prescriber costs the taxpayer money. It also requires considerable personal commitment for the pharmacist concerned, as well as support from his or her colleagues. Once obtained, what difference does this qualification make?

  • More data needed for new leukaemia regimen

    1 NOV 2011 18:00

    Chemotherapy using a combination of fludarabine and alemtuzumab improves progression-free survival for patients with relapsed chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) compared with fludarabine alone, according to research published online in The Lancet Oncology (11 October 2011).   

  • Improving local compliance with standards for oxygen prescribing

    29 SEP 2011 17:09

    Think back to the last initiative that was rolled out in your organisation. Have the changes that were introduced been maintained long term or fallen by the wayside?

  • Woman using asthma inhaler (Jason Stitt/Dreamstime.com)

    Personalised asthma therapy useful in pregnancy

    28 SEP 2011 15:25

    Asthma exacerbation rates can be reduced in pregnant women by adjusting inhaled therapies using an algorithm based on fraction of exhaled nitric oxide (FENO), conclude the authors of a study published in The Lancet (2011;378:983).    

  • Leadership competency framework launched

    28 SEP 2011 15:11

    Support for pharmacists to develop their leadership skills is now available with the publication of a new competency framework by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

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