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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, November 2012

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  • Self-administration of medicines by inpatients

    30 NOV 2012

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  • Do female pharmacists struggle to climb the career ladder compared to males?

    30 NOV 2012

    Pharmacy is now a female dominated profession, but it never used to be. We only have to scan around the lecture theatre to notice a higher proportion of females compared to males.

  • Welsh Government misses opportunity to introduce PNAs Subscription

    30 NOV 2012 12:21

    The opportunity to introduce pharmaceutical needs assessments to control market entry and exit for pharmacies in Wales has been missed by the Welsh Government.

  • ADR reporting: specifics needed Subscription

    29 NOV 2012 13:53

    Brand names and batch numbers should be provided when reporting suspected adverse drug reactions to biological medicines, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has advised in its latest issue of Drug Safety Update.

  • We do more than “count Smarties” Phillip Lee Subscription

    28 NOV 2012

    From Mr S. K. Bhatti, MRPharmS

  • QPs to review quality Subscription

    27 NOV 2012

    From Mr J. R. A. Baker, MRPharmSProcedures advocated by Robert Lowe (PJ, 24 November 2012, p596) to ensure specials are of the correct quality are duties carried out all the time by Qualified Persons for licensed medicines.

  • Students benefit from joint meetings Subscription

    27 NOV 2012

    From Mr T. E. Whaley, MRPharmSOn 2 November 2011 the University of East Anglia hosted a joint meeting with the British Society for the History of Pharmacy (BSHP). This was the first of what we at BSHP hoped would become annual joint meetings with schools of pharmacy around Britain.

  • Regenerative medicine

    26 NOV 2012 By Sophie Khatib

    What a weekend!  I have just got back from the BPSA conference and the focus of today was ‘Science into practice’.  Something that I am really interested in, as you can probably tell from my other blogs!

  • Safety and Evidence- Black Cohosh

    24 NOV 2012

    Fromwhat I have encountered so far, there has been widespread confusion betweenhomeopathy and herbal remedies regarding the lack of distinction between them.  Homeopathy is a completely different conceptwhich has been the subject of many debates.

  • Buy self-test kits from trusted source Subscription

    23 NOV 2012 14:40

    Self-test kits should only be bought from trusted sources, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency says in new guidance issued this week (19 November 2012).

  • Injectable medicines prescribing audit impresses at UKCPA symposium Subscription

    23 NOV 2012 14:30

    An audit of injectable medicines prescribing on a medical investigations unit was the subject of a winning poster at the UK Clinical Pharmacy Association autumn symposium last weekend (16–18 November 2012).

  • Sophie the scientist

    23 NOV 2012 By Sophie Khatib

    I never thought I was very good at science – it always posed more questions than it answered and was very complicated with lots of work to learn for exams.  Since I started Uni, I realised that learning was SO much more than passing exams.

  • Mindfulness-based stress reduction Subscription

    21 NOV 2012

    From Dr K. E. Neil, MRPharmSI read with interest the article “Blank brain images speak volumes about the pressures on pharmacists” (PJ, 3 November 2012, p497).For many pharmacists, myself included, these important findings are probably not unexpected.

  • Other points to consider Subscription

    21 NOV 2012

    From Mr R. A. Lowe

  • Remember to ensure safety of specials Subscription

    21 NOV 2012

    From Mr M. N. Jackson, MRPharmS

  • Too much focus on the regulatory function of CPD Subscription

    21 NOV 2012

    From Mr D. A. Hancox, MRPharmS

  • Capital punishment? Subscription

    21 NOV 2012

    From Professor J. Dearden, HonMRPharmS

  • Collaborate and share resources Subscription

    21 NOV 2012

    From Professor J. Wingfield, FRPharmS

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    The Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group annual conference 2012 Subscription

    20 NOV 2012 17:46

    The Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group held its annual conferencein Liverpool from 9 to 11 October 2012. Peter Mulholland reports*This meeting report has not been edited. Click here for more information

  • Norovirus hits Scotland early Subscription

    20 NOV 2012 16:14

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