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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, 14 March 2015, Vol 294, No 7853

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  • Wednesday 18 March: RPS Faculty webinar Subscription

    19 FEB 2015 15:11

    Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) Faculty webinar, ‘Why join the Faculty?’. Your introduction to the Faculty and how to access the resources and tools. Find out what the Faculty is and how it fits and benefits your professional development and recognition. Start your Faculty journey. Online 7–8pm. Find out more information and register and access the webinar via the RPS website.

  • Innocuous objects need to be removed from children's noses because of the risk of respiratory obstruction, but some objects can cause further damage

    Removing items from children's noses

    10 FEB 2015 By Steve Bremer

    Removing objects from young children’s noses can be challenging. ‘Watch and wait’ and the ‘parent’s kiss’ are two techniques available.

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