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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, December 1999

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  • A short history of soap Subscription

    1 DEC 1999

    Few items of commerce are more ubiquitous or in more frequent use than soap. Few proprietary products have been offered over a longer period to the public by pharmacists, and by chemists and druggists before them, than some long established brands of toilet soap. Soap is perhaps the first manufactured substance with which we come into contact in our lives and it remains a daily necessity thereafter. For how long has this inexpensive but essential product been such a feature of daily ...

  • The West Midlands accredited checking technician course Subscription

    1 DEC 1999 0:00 By A. T. Perrett

    With the immiment year 2000 shortfall in preregistration trainees, it is time for pharmacy to utilise the skills of pharmacy technicians appropriately in order to give pharmacists the time and support to provide high standard pharmaceutical care. Making best use of pharmacists and their support staff will add value to the services provided by pharmacy by raising the profile of the pharmacist in the healthcare system.

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