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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, 12 July 2014, Vol 293, No 7818

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  • Ebola-virus-14

    Public Health England warns of Ebola virus

    12 JUL 2014 7:14

    Healthcare professionals should look out for symptoms of Ebola virus infection in patients who have travelled to Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone in the past 21 days.

  • Anthony-Cox

    E-cigarettes: a controversy in public health and in pharmacy Subscription

    12 JUL 2014 0:00 By Anthony Cox

    RPS English Pharmacy Board member Anthony Cox argues that e-cigarettes sold in pharmacies require the same licensing that pharmacists value for other drugs.

  • Concepts in clinical pharmacy 6th ed

    A practical lesson Subscription

    11 JUL 2014 14:02 By Laurence A. Goldberg

    This book introduces pharmacokinetic and biopharmaceutic principles, including relevant terminology and calculations. Most of the material relates to the individualisation of drug dosing regimens.

  • One down, 74 to go

    One down, seventy-four to go

    11 JUL 2014 By Adam Pattison Rathbone

    There is a lot more to conducting research than I thought there would be. ‘Doing research’ is how I describe what I do to the family, kids and friends, however actually ‘doing research’ is a bit more complicated than it might first sound.

  • The right incentives: On funding models supporting federations of pharmacy businesses

    10 JUL 2014

    The major recommendation of the “Now or never” report on future models of care is that pharmacists should shift their professional focus away from medicines supply to become, foremost, providers of patient care. The Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s report considered the wider impact that pharmacy could have in the newly reformed NHS commissioning landscape in England.

  • Colin Ross Hitchings Subscription

    10 JUL 2014

    On 30 June 2014, Colin Ross Hitchings, FRPharmS, aged 75, of Flat 3B, ‘Harbour Lights’, Pier Road, Milford Haven, Pembs SA73 3BA, died. He registered in 1963 and became a fellow in 1992. Mr Hitchings was President of the Society from 1983 to 1984.

  • Depression

    Antiretroviral treatment linked to suicide Subscription

    10 JUL 2014 By Joanna Lyford

    Patients taking antiretroviral efavirenz were twice as likely to have suicidal thoughts, attempt suicide or take their own life.

  • Insulin Pump iStock

    Insulin pumps outperform daily injections for glycaemic control Subscription

    10 JUL 2014

    Patients using insulin pumps are less likely to become either hypo-or hyperglycaemic compared with those using daily insulin injection.

  • Tribute to Colin Hitchings Subscription

    10 JUL 2014 By Martin Astbury, Margaret Ferriman, Ian Simpson, Anne Groves
    Comments (1)

    Colin will be sadly missed, but we can look back with pride on his career that drove developments national culminating in his time as President of the RPSGB 1983-84…

  • Wai Hon Ng dies Subscription

    10 JUL 2014

    On 31 May 2014, Wai Hon Ng, MRPharmS, aged 54, of 29 Spinney Close, Northfield, Birmingham, West Midlands B31 2JG. Mr Ng registered in 1986.

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