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The latest report on prescriptions dispensed in the England, from the Health and Social Care Information Centre, make complete sense, writes Chris Chapman.
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?
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.
Chris Chapman explains why he is not a fan of World Pharmacists Day (or Talk Like a Pirate Day)
Paralympian Martine Wright, who lost both her legs in the 7/7 terrorist act, shared her inspirational story with the RPS conference.
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
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
Eliminating intolerance and bigotry is the first step that should be taken towards winning the war on HIV/AIDS