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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 2011

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  • Genghis Khan — green invader?

    25 FEB 2011 By Glow-worm

    It has long been assumed that man’s effect on the atmosphere’s carbon levels began with the industrial revolution of the 18th century, but recent research suggests that human activity may have had a much earlier influence.

  • Father of modern gastroenterology

    25 FEB 2011 By Glow-worm

  • Green Party champions pharmacy Subscription

    25 FEB 2011 12:44

    An Early Day Motion calling for local independent pharmacies to be represented on GP consortia in England was tabled last week by leader of the Green Party Caroline Lucas.

  • Disulfiram and the ink cap mushroom

    25 FEB 2011 By Glow-worm

  • PJ letters (26 February 2011) (RPS members only) Subscription

    25 FEB 2011 11:11

    The letters below have been published in the 26 February 2011 issue of The Pharmaceutical Journal.The letters pages are available as a downloadable PDF (900K).

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    How chlorpromazine improved the treatment of schizophrenic patients

    24 FEB 2011 15:57 By Jenny Bryan

    Few landmark drugs in this series have so dramatically changed the way that a disease is managed as the first antipsychotic agent chlorpromazine.

  • How to build adherence into practice

    24 FEB 2011 15:47

    In the final article in a short series on medication adherence, David Pruce, director of PruceConsulting, describes ways in which adherence can be built into the pharmaceutical care of patients, provided pharmacists’ workload can be addressed 

  • Views sought on supervision

    24 FEB 2011 15:30

    Pharmacists in England are invited to take part in a survey on supervision. This initiative comes from the English Pharmacy Board and is specifically designed to determine the views of members about the issues for community pharmacists. 

  • Window on pharmacy

    24 FEB 2011 15:21

    This week’s issue of The Journal contains an enhanced centre section of Professional matters — the window on the activities of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the achievements of members — which offers something for every member.

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