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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, September 2008

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  • Additional fees for supplementary or independent prescribing not paid for by NHS in hospital pharmacy - comments

    25 SEP 2008

    I find this matter of having to pay for the priviledge of taking on/ sharing the doctors' work through independendent or supplementary prescribing without any financial rewards in hospital totally unacceptable. Comments would be interesting.

  • Additional fees for supplementary prescribing iis not paid for by NHS in hospital- cooments

    25 SEP 2008

    Not sure if this discussion has taken place before. I find it totally unacceptable that in hospital pharmacy we are expected to pay extra fees to be supplementary prescribers and yet we are not rewarded financially. Are there others who are happy to accept this situation?

  • A kick in the kidneys

    25 SEP 2008

    Another quarter, another batch of NICE guidance arrives on ourdoorstep.  This month sees the release of the headline grabbing ADHDguidelines, but also NICE's take on the management of Chronic Kidney Disease.

  • Have your say: local support for the profession

    25 SEP 2008 14:41

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  • HPV vaccines win Prix Galien

    25 SEP 2008 13:52

    Two vaccines against human papillomavirus were the winners of this year’s UK Prix Galien medal for innovation.

  • Continuing professional development

    24 SEP 2008

    From Mr K. CookeI commend Navjot Nannar for his comprehensive review of managing ankylosing spondylitis (AS). Having suffered from AS for nearly 40 years and with a wife who was a pharmacist until her retirement, I might be considered an expert patient.

  • Responsible pharmacist regulations are open to interpretation

    24 SEP 2008

    From Mr I. D. Kemp, MRPharmS

  • The importance of the role of the practice educator pharmacist Subscription

    23 SEP 2008

    Significant changes were made to the preregistration trainee pharmacists’ placement year by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in 2001. In addition, in 2002, a major review of practice support infrastructure took place within the Thames Valley region (now South Central North).

  • Patient counselling — developing a standard approach Subscription

    22 SEP 2008

    Pharmacy technicians at the Western General Hospital (WGH) in Edinburgh are involved in organising discharge medicines for patients (via a “one stop dispensing” service). Traditionally, technicians at the WGH have not been involved in counselling patients on how to use these medicines.

  • Understanding hospital pharmacy’s interface with research networks Subscription

    22 SEP 2008 17:02

    ClarificationAlthough Alan Denby is listed as the author, other members of the group contributed to the article. They areCatrin Barker, lead pharmacist at the Medicines for Children Local Research Network for Merseyside, Cheshire and North Wales

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