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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts from: February 2015

Five tips to change your pharmacy from a “shop” to a “healthcare business”

Posted by: Emma PageTue, 24 Feb 2015

In a skit at Sigma conference in Aamby Valley City, John Zucker and Ash Pandya discussed how to make changes to your pharmacy. Emma Page describes their advice.

Could pharmacists be part of the A&E problem?

Posted by: Adam Pattison RathboneTue, 24 Feb 2015

After hearing about a case where a pharmacist referred a child with a minor paracetamol overdose to A&E, Adam Pattison Rathbone wonders if pharmacists are equipped to be gatekeepers of the NHS.

Make small, practical changes at a local level to benefit your customers

Posted by: Emma PageTue, 24 Feb 2015

The annual Sigma conference, this year held in Aamby Valley City, India, provided an opportunity for pharmacists to discuss how to improve their pharmacies for the benefit of their patients and their businesses.

Getting commissioners to think about pharmacy

Posted by: David BranfordFri, 13 Feb 2015

David Branford, chairman of the English Pharmacy Board, talks about how the Royal Pharmaceutical Society is trying to raise the profile of pharmacy at a national and local level.

Making our patients feel cared for

Posted by: Nina BarnettThu, 12 Feb 2015

Lack of time is not an excuse for not being empathetic towards patients.

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