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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 2007

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  • Making an impression with MURs Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    Rubin Moss is manager of a multiple pharmacy, South Ruislip, LondonRubin Moss (right) conducts an MUR with a patient in a consulting room situated within the pharmacy he manages

  • Unanswered questions Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

  • Risk management Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    It is a requirement for us all under the "Standards of professional performance" in the Code of Ethics to be concerned primarily for the wellbeing and safety of patients and the public. However, I think across the broad area of services in community and hospital pharmacy, this is becoming an increasingly difficult concept to adhere to.

  • Athens password is key Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

  • We are good value Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    I refer to the article regarding the review of the new contract by the Department of Health (PJ, 10 February, p154). I feel slightly worried that the emphasis being made is to show what good value pharmacists could be to beleaguered primary care trusts. Of course we are good value: we have

  • Switching is based on evidence Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    I would like to reply to some points made by John Woodward (PJ, 17 February, p188). Of course I am interested in saving money, not so much for the taxpayer, as Mr Woodward suggests, but so that it can be reinvested by the primary care trust into other local health services for which there is a clear

  • Rubbing salt in the wound Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    I am writing in support of Clare Mackie and her colleagues (PJ, 17 February, p190). I am also writing on my own behalf as a supplementary prescriber to ask the Royal Pharmaceutical Society to reconsider the extra fees allocated to pharmacists on the prescribing register.

  • Is danger lurking in coffee and biscuits? / Going back to our every-man-for-himself roots / Mobile menace needs sensible precaut Subscription

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    Is danger lurking in coffee and biscuits? It is just over 200 years since the first amino acid was isolated from its natural source. Purified from asparagus juice in 1806, the substance was given the name asparagine. Now, two centuries later, suspicions are growing that foods containing asparaginase may pose a health risk.

  • MURs: increasing quality and quantity

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    Mouse mat sent to all pharmacists and GPs in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight Promoting MURs in the media

  • Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain to split

    24 FEB 2007 0:00

    Government expectationsGeneral Pharmaceutical CouncilIt will be responsible for the regulation of pharmacists, pharmacy

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