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The Pharmaceutical Journal Vol 264 No 7102p938
June 24, 2000 News

Locum organisation proposed

The formation of a new organisation to represent the interests of independent locum pharmacists has been proposed.
According to Mr Graham Southall-Edwards, MRPharmS, such an organisation is needed to further and protect the interests of this sector of the profession. He says that there is an ever rising number of self-employed locums who are increasingly having to deal with agencies and large companies which use standard form contracts.
Anyone interested in the formation of such a group can contact Mr Southall-Edwards by e-mail (

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 20001961

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