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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts by Chris Chapman

Latest dispensing figures hold no surprises

Posted by: Chris ChapmanWed, 8 Jul 2015

The latest report on prescriptions dispensed in the England, from the Health and Social Care Information Centre, make complete sense, writes Chris Chapman.

How the pharmacy profession can learn from Reddit

Posted by: Chris ChapmanMon, 6 Jul 2015

Reddit, a social media network mentioned in the same breath as the likes of Google, Twitter and Facebook, suddenly found itself brought to a standstill by its own users. What does this have to do with how you treat your patients?

Taxing tampons as luxury items is simply ridiculous

Posted by: Chris ChapmanTue, 25 Nov 2014

Chris Chapman describes a campaign from the University of East Anglia student union to remove the 5% VAT that women’s sanitary items are subject to.

Why I won't be marking World Pharmacists Day

Posted by: Chris ChapmanTue, 16 Sep 2014

Chris Chapman explains why he is not a fan of World Pharmacists Day (or Talk Like a Pirate Day)

Lessons from a 7/7 survivor

Posted by: Chris ChapmanSun, 7 Sep 2014

Paralympian Martine Wright, who lost both her legs in the 7/7 terrorist act, shared her inspirational story with the RPS conference.

Depression is not the same as being depressed

Posted by: Chris ChapmanTue, 12 Aug 2014

Chris Chapman reflects on why it is so difficult for some in society to accept depression as a medical condition rather than a state of mind

We understand the problems plaguing community pharmacy, but now the public hopefully will, too

Posted by: Chris ChapmanWed, 6 Aug 2014

Chris Chapman, senior editor of learning at The Pharmaceutical Journal, thinks although the latest episode of Channel 4’s “Undercover boss” was not ground-breaking, it could certainly be a relevation for the general public how much pressure community pharmacies are under

Hatred is the real battle in HIV prevention

Posted by: Chris ChapmanFri, 18 Jul 2014

Eliminating intolerance and bigotry is the first step that should be taken towards winning the war on HIV/AIDS

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