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Daloni Carlisle

Daloni Carlisle is a freelance writer and editor specialising in health and social policy. She writes regularly for the HSJ, e health insider (NHS IT), Nursing Standard and for the Guardian.

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  • Man filling out prescription

    Prescription charges backfire on UK health and wealth

    21 JUL 2017Comments (1)

    Rather than generating revenue, it appears that charging people with long-term conditions for their medicines results in patients not filling their prescriptions with hidden costs for their health, for the NHS and for the UK economy as a whole.

  • Blister packs of real and fake viagra

    Falsified Medicines Directive: opportunity or obstacle?Subscription

    25 APR 2017

    [8] Details surrounding the UK’s implementation of the Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) have been clouded by the prospect of Brexit. It is now clear that the FMD will go ahead, but there are mixed views as to whether or not it will offer an efficient way to secure the medicines supply chain.

  • The vanguard clinical pharmacists at the Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

    New care models: the role of pharmacy in vanguard pilotsSubscription

    18 AUG 2016

    Pharmacists are taking on roles in vanguard projects, working in both hospital and community settings as part of multidisciplinary teams that are developing new models of care.

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