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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, March 2017, Vol 298, No 7899

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  • Patients want to learn about their condition and medicines Subscription

    The 2016 Proprietary Association Of Great Britain (PAGB) report ‘Self-care nation’ cites the public’s lack of awareness of pharmacists’ skills and expertise as the main barrier to using pharmacy as the first port of call for help to manage minor ailments (

  • Deaths: John Hugh Mackay Williamson Subscription

    4 JAN 2017 10:56

    On 7 December 2016, John Hugh Mackay Williamson MRPharmS, aged 81, of Thurso, Caithness. Mr Williamson registered with the Society in 1957. This notice was altered on 17 February 2017 to change Mr Williamson’s age which was printed incorrectly as 82

  • Book cover of ‘Marijuana: a short history’, by John Hudak

    A potted history of cannabis in the United States Subscription

    6 JAN 2017 11:28 By Steve Bremer

    Marijuana: a short history by John Hudak.

  • Why we defend the 'conscience' clause Subscription

    24 JAN 2017 17:09 By Chik Kaw Tan, Simon Lewis, David Clapham, Esther Afetorgbor, Steven Bamford, Nicola Ward
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    Christians in Pharmacy (CiP), a network of Christian pharmacists, technicians and pharmaceutical scientists, is seriously concerned with the implications of the proposals in the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) consultation on religion, personal beliefs and values in pharmacy (

  • Cover of ‘The Acid Watcher Diet'

    A good introduction to formulation science Subscription

    25 JAN 2017 16:37 By Emma McConnell

    How to develop robust solid oral dosage forms: from conception to post-approval, by Bhavishya Mittal

  • Tribute to Bob Michell Subscription

    31 JAN 2017 14:10 By Sid Dajani

    For more than seven years I had the privilege to work with Bob Michell, an advocate for our profession, and it was both a pleasure and an honour. His wit was incomparable, his writing was dazzling and fearless, and his intelligence was matched by compassion — he was a one-off.

  • Why does the government continue to show little respect to community pharmacists? Subscription

    2 FEB 2017 14:25 By Cormac Tobin

    Five months after the publication of the Community Pharmacy Forward View (CPFV), I continue to be frustrated at the lack of government response to our sector’s ideas and suggestions of how community pharmacy can help alleviate some of the stress on the NHS. We have an opportunity to shape our future role as an important element of the frontline ...

  • Dispensing error law needs to be challenged Subscription

    3 FEB 2017 10:49 By Nick Glassbrook

    The unfortunate case of Martin White (The Pharmaceutical Journal online, 22 December 2016) certainly has features in common with Elizabeth Lee. I remember her case particularly well because I was her solicitor.

  • Patients’ ethical framework should take precedence Subscription

    6 FEB 2017 12:14 By Brian Curwain

    I note there is concern over the proposed changes in the conscience clause suggested by the General Pharmaceutical Council (The Pharmaceutical Journal online, 22 December ...

  • Qualified Person: Ganesh Khalate Subscription

    8 FEB 2017 12:02

    Ganesh Khalate ARPharmS, supply quality officer, Wockhardt UK Ltd, was added to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Qualified Person register on 7 February 2017. Having successfully passed the Joint Professional Bodies’ QP viva, he is eligible to be named as a QP on manufacturers’ authorisations.

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