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David Jones

From Mr D. C. Jones, MRPharmS

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  • Tribute to David Michael SteadSubscription

    20 FEB 2017

    Friends and former colleagues have been greatly saddened and shocked at the untimely death of David Stead, some two weeks after major cardiac surgery. David was a highly regarded, respected pharmacist and colleague to many in the NHS and the pharmaceutical industry. David was a graduate of the London School of Pharmacy (1971) and had a long and distinguished career in hospital pharmacy practice commencing in Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and then in East Dorset at Poole and Bournemouth

  • Guessing the instructions would have been recklessSubscription

    PJ, 8 February 2014, Vol 292, No 7796

    I thought the worst aspect of the Welsh language prescription saga (PJ 2014;292:36) was that the pharmacist involved was castigated for being careful. The doctor’s action was at best cavalier and should the medicine have been required for emergency treatment, I would have considered the action reckless. The pharmacist had the responsibility of interpreting the

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