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Joy Wingfield

Joy Wingfield is honorary professor of law and ethics at the University of Nottingham

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  • Tribute: Karen Christina Pitchford Subscription

    19 JAN 2018

    I am so dismayed to hear that Karen, my valued and delightful academic colleague and personal friend, has passed away so suddenly. In recent years she had accepted the arduous task of replacing Gordon Appelbe as co-author of Dale and Appelbe’s Pharmacy and Medicines Law, and was set to continue to make her mark as a leading authority on pharmacy law. Recently moved from the De Montfort School of Pharmacy to senior teaching fellow at Aston, she was active on the GPhC registrati

  • Closing my consultancy and leaving pharmacy practiceSubscription

    17 NOV 2017Comments (6)

    I am writing to make known my intention to close my consultancy, Wingfield Works, and leave active pharmacy practice at the end of 2017. I am delighted to see that the legislation offering defences to strict criminal liability for hapless community pharmacists making an honest mistake in dispensing might just materialis

  • Concerns about GPhC consultation on 'pharmacy team'Subscription

    3 AUG 2017

    After only seven years, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) appears to be using its powers under the Pharmacy Order 2010 to provide guidance for everyone whose activities affect the services provided by registrants (pharmacists and technicians). This guidance is designed to elaborate on the existing standards for registered pharmacies, particularly those obligations directed at owners. So perhaps we can feel a little more confident that the GPhC finally acknowledges that the quality and

  • Pharmacists should delegate without fearSubscription

    PJ, 26 July/2 August 2014, Vol 293, No 7820/1Comments (1)

  • Patient consent in the UKSubscription

    9 JUL 2015

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