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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, January 2007

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  • Duty of care Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 14:08

    I must comment on the letter from Asta Prajapati (PJ, 13 January, p49) regarding the recent Lloydspharmacy legal case.

  • Methamphetamine: link to cold remedies and reclassification / Missed doses or collections of methadone Subscription

    27 JAN 2007

    Methamphetamine: link to cold remedies and reclassification Methamphetamine (metamfetamine) is a highly addictive, powerful stimulant that has potentially harmful effects on the central nervous system. The drug is produced in powder, tablet or crystal form and can be snorted, smoked, swallowed or injected. Typically users experience a brief rush

  • Leaving "the hardest job in pharmacy" — Ann Lewis to retire from the Society

    27 JAN 2007

    Unlike the Prime Minister, who is determined to stay in 10Downing Street for 10 years, Ann Lewis, Secretary and Registrar of theRoyal PharmaceuticalSociety, is retiring a few months short of her decade from what is probablythe hardest job in pharmacy.

  • Pandemic influenza: pharmacy's role Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 0:00

    Once available, pandemic flu vaccine could be administered by pharmacistsPandemic influenza facts

  • A sign of things to come / New service for the community sector Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 0:00

    Although there are examples of pharmacists who own health centre premises that include GP practices alongside their own facilities, the initiative at the Boots store at Poole in Dorset that we cover this week (p101) seems to be pointing in a new direction. In this instance, the local

  • Every right has its correlative duty Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 0:00

    I refer to the letters of Paul Murphy (PJ, 23/30 December 2006, p768) and Asta Prajapati (PJ, 13 January, p49). I am concerned that two pharmacists can err in their comprehension of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s

  • Go down the bespoke route Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 0:00

    May I offer an answer to the problem of storage of individual daily methadone doses as posed by Bob Dunkley (PJ, 20 January, p73)?

  • Pack size limits are illogical Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 0:00

    I read the Broad spectrum article “Expensive drugs are cheap, it is the cheap drugs that are expensive” with interest (PJ, 9 December 2006, p686).

  • Questions raised Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 0:00

    I read with interest the Agenda for 2006 article (PJ, 9 December 2006, p691) looking at what is needed to take pharmacist prescribing into the mainstream. I fully support the view that pharmacists can make a positive contribution to patient care by developing innovative services using

  • Let the English board's voice be heard Subscription

    27 JAN 2007 0:00

    I said that I would listen to anyone that had a view regarding the future of pharmacy and, now that I have been elected to the English Pharmacy Board of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, I stand by that. I believe that elected officials are the employees of the electorate and I am nowhere near conceited

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