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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, 15 March 2014, Vol 292, No 7801

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  • RPS & Gazette (15 March 2014) Subscription

    15 MAR 2014 15:48

    This week’s Your RPS includes: Australian credentialing system to mirror Faculty Applications for two pharmacy research funding schemes now open In the media: BBC One, Huffington Post

  • Rheumatology Subscription

    15 MAR 2014

    A team at the research and development unit of the Royal Cornwall Hospital is looking for rheumatology pharmacists with two or more years’ experience and an interest in education to join an online expert panel. The panel will develop a set of teaching objectives and education topics for community-based arthritis care. For more information, contact Jo Erwin (tel 01872 256431, email josephine.erwin@rcht.cornwall.nhs.uk).

  • Airbrushing history Subscription

    15 MAR 2014 By Miall James

    I am sure I am not alone in becoming concerned at the way the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, and by implication The Journal, appears anxious to airbrush from memory the history of our Society from 1841 until the recent reorganisation in 2010.

  • Balance between greed, and professional integrity and reputation Subscription

    15 MAR 2014 By Jon Cohen

    Seeing the response from Peter Lowe (PJ 1 March 2014, p228) I was reminded of events that occurred during a British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association conference in the mid-80s. Forgive my imprecise memory of the exact year and location.

  • First aid for broken hearts Subscription

    15 MAR 2014 By Andrew Low

    I saw in The Pharmaceutical Journal of 8 February 2014 (p144) that there was a local practice forum meeting at Robert Gordon University on “Mental health first aid”.

  • The Hope Winch Society

    14 MAR 2014 10:15

    The Hope Winch Society at Sunderland University Pharmacy School, named after the first head of the pharmacy department, was established 40 years ago and now has over 5000 members. Members meet annually at the Hope Winch Annual Dinner and Annual General Meeting, which is taking place this year on 26 April 2014 at the Best Western Roker Hotel, Roker Terrace, Roker, Sunderland. All past students and staff and their guests are welcome. To book a place, contact Sarah Hunt on 0191 515 2664 ...

  • Wound care Subscription

    14 MAR 2014 10:09

    East and South East England Specialist Pharmacy Services has published a good practice guide to wound care. It is available from the NHS networks website.

  • Pharmacy Excellence Subscription

    14 MAR 2014 10:08

    Numark has launched a continuing professional development resource for Numark member pharmacies called “Pharmacy excellence”. Modules will cover treatments of specific diseases or drug therapies or both to support medicines optimisation, and are available from the Numark website.

  • Enterobacteriaceae Subscription

    14 MAR 2014 10:05

    Public Health England and NHS England have published a patient safety alert entitled “Addressing rising trends and outbreaks in carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae”, which is available from the NHS England website. PHE has also launched an acute trust toolkit for the early detection, management and control of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae. The toolkit provides practical advice for clinicians and staff to prevent or reduce the spread of these bacteria into and within ...

  • Endorsing guide Subscription

    14 MAR 2014 10:03

    The Practitioner Services Division, in conjunction with Community Pharmacy Scotland, has updated the Electronic Endorsing guide, which aims to allow contractors to understand and maximise their use of electronic endorsing. The guide is available on the CPS website.

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