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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 2009

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  • PJ letters (28 February 2009) Subscription

    27 FEB 2009 22:20

    Letters on the following topics have been published in the 28 February 2009 issue of The Pharmaceutical Journal.

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    DoH publishes guidance on responsible pharmacist regulations

    27 FEB 2009 17:53

    Guidance on the regulations governing the role of the responsible pharmacist has been published by the Department of Health.The guidance is divided into four chapters that cover:

  • Training cost claims deadline extended in Scotland

    27 FEB 2009 17:44

    Pharmacy contractors in Scotland have an extra month to claim for staff training costs to support the new contract.

  • Fewer cholera fatalities in Zimbabwe, but still three times acceptable levels

    27 FEB 2009 17:22

    Just under 80,000 suspected cases of cholera, resulting in 3,500 deaths, have been reported by Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Health and Child Welfare since the outbreak began in August 2008, according to the World Health Organization.

  • How to encourage smoking cessation Subscription

    27 FEB 2009

    [img_assist|nid=43432|title=CPD logo|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=200|height=185]As public attitudes towards smoking change, it has been argued that people who remain smokers are those who are the most addicted.Andrew McCoig gives tips for engaging new clients and re-engaging those who have failed previous attempts to give up 

  • Appeals against the Disciplinary or Health Committee decision cannot be dealt with by the Registration Appeals Committee and have to be taken to the High Court

    Understanding the Pharmacists’ and Pharmacy Technicians’ Order 2007 Subscription

    27 FEB 2009 16:30

    The Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians Order 2007 is a legislation that has fundamentally changed the way the professional activities of pharmacists and registered pharmacy technicians are regulated. Alan Nathan sets out the main innovations brought about by the order 

  • Information technology (Theodor38/Dreamstime.com)

    The pharmacy IT agenda — why pharmacists’ engagement is vital Subscription

    27 FEB 2009 16:01

    Stephen Goundrey-Smith, healthcare information technology pharmacist at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, explains how the profession will get the systems it needs to support future practice and advance its reputation in the healthcare arena when pharmacists engage with IT innovation 

  • Howard Alva Parrott (Death notice) Subscription

    27 FEB 2009

    On 18 February 2009, Howard Alva Parrott, MRPharmS, aged 90, of Flat 2, Anglesea House, 13 Elton Road, Clevedon BS21 7RF.Mr Parrott registered in 1941.

  • John Stephenson Galloway (Death notice) Subscription

    27 FEB 2009

    On 31 January 2009, John Stephenson Galloway, aged 92, of 71 Abbotshall Drive, Cults, Aberdeen AB15 9JJ.Mr Galloway registered in 1938 and retired from the Register in 2006.TributesGERALD COX writes:

  • Inmaculada Carr (Death notice and tribute) Subscription

    27 FEB 2009

    On 13 February 2009, Inmaculada Carr, MRPharmS, aged 54, of Gara, Roughdown Villas Road, Felden, Hemel Hempstead HP3 0AX.Mrs Carr registered in 1990.

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