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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, 15 February 2014, Vol 292, No 7797

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  • RPS & Gazette (15 February 2014) Subscription

    14 FEB 2014 11:37

    This week’s Your RPS includes: RPS student champions pilot launched In the media: BBC2, Daily Express RPS in numbers: 55 The number of consultation responses from the RPS in the past 12 months

  • Lloyds pharmacy of the year Subscription

    14 FEB 2014 11:10

  • Anticoagulation therapy Subscription

    14 FEB 2014 9:52

    The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has published draft guidance on tests for self-monitoring the clotting of blood in people on long-term anticoagulation therapy. The guidance is available for consultation on the NICE website until 27 February 2014.

  • Rifaximin-a Subscription

    14 FEB 2014 9:51

       

  • Boots logo

    PDA Union makes "incompatibility" application in Boots bid

    13 FEB 2014 15:18

    The Pharmacists’ Defence Association Union has made the next move to increase its chances of representing Boots’ pharmacists over pay and holidays, known as collective bargaining.

  • Committee meeting (Endostock/dreamstime.com)

    GPhC looks into the ethnicity of pharmacists in fitness-to-practise processes

    13 FEB 2014 14:50

    The General Pharmaceutical Council has started analysing its data to consider whether there is an over-representation of pharmacists from ethnic backgrounds entering fitness-to-practise processes compared with others on the register.

  • Man using electronic cigarette (Amelie-Benoist/BSIP/Science Photo Library)

    Boots and Lloydspharmacy join the vaping fold by selling e-cigarettes

    13 FEB 2014 13:30
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    Two major pharmacy chains have decided to sell electronic cigarette products, joining the growing numbers of pharmacies that already do so. The unlicensed products, which contain nicotine, a vasoconstrictor, have been subject to discussion over their quality and safety.

  • Focus on community pharmacy

    12 FEB 2014 16:39

    As you might have noticed, this issue of The Journal is a little thicker than usual. That is because you will find the first of our Focus supplements in the middle. Each Focus will put a particular topic under the spotlight, and this one looks at the community pharmacy sector.

  • Don’t panic but be prepared

    12 FEB 2014 16:36

    Word is that awareness of the General Pharmaceutical Council’s premises standards (which have been around since September 2012) and its new pharmacy inspection model is too low.

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