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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, May 2008

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  • The President: pharmacists have real opportunities in front of them (Jason King/Resources/RPSGB)

    Young members urged to help shape pharmacy’s future

    31 MAY 2008 5:24

    Young pharmacists should come forward and help shape the future of pharmacy, said the President of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, Hemant Patel, at the Society’s annual general meeting on 21 May 2008.

  • Work as a specialist radiopharmacist Subscription

    24 MAY 2008

    Radiopharmacy can include a clinical and technical dimension. Beverley Ellis tells Zoe Gross about her career 

  • Williams retires from PSNC

    24 MAY 2008 9:43

    Steven Williams has retired from the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee after six years as chairman of the funding and contract subcommittee and as a member of the negotiating team. He will be replaced as subcommittee chairman by Peter Cattee. Digby Emson has also retired from the PSNC.

  • Will switching lead to increased resistance? Subscription

    2 MAY 2008 23:00

    The Advisory Committee on Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infection (ARHAI) has noted the recent reclassification of trimethoprim and nitrofurantoin from POM to P (PJ, 19 April 2008, p459).

  • White Paper could strengthen pharmacist-GP relationships

    2 MAY 2008 23:00

    Relationships between community pharmacy and general practice could be strengthened if the pharmacy

  • What value will new body offer? Subscription

    2 MAY 2008 23:00

    I have just taken part in the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s survey on its new role. I am not terribly politically inclined and perhaps I have missed a significant discussion that explained it to me but I am unsure what is left once the regulatory function is removed.

  • What risks can affect the supply of pharmaceuticals to the NHS? Subscription

    24 MAY 2008 11:36

    Pharmaceuticals are a key input into healthcare treatment, so it is imperative that risks attached to the sourcing and passage of these products through to patients are identified and managed, says Liz Breen 

  • Welsh Pharmacy Board takes steps to ensure a cohesive response to NHS structure consultation

    9 MAY 2008 23:00

    The Welsh Pharmacy Board of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has decided to establish a task and finish group to draft a response to a consultation on the NHS structure in Wales. The group, which will be led by the chairman,

  • Welsh Pharmacy Board election 2008

    17 MAY 2008 15:43

    I have received the following report from Electoral Reform ServicesWelsh Pharmacy Board 2008 My report of voting for the above election, which closed at noon on Friday 9 May 2008, is as follows:Number of ballot papers distributed 2,302Number of ballot papers returned 545

  • Web video will promote pharmacy services Subscription

    9 MAY 2008 23:00

    May I draw members’ attention to a new web video, developed as part of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s ongoing media work to promote pharmacy services? The video is the next stage in the hay fever campaign, and has been designed to target the ever growing online audience.

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