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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts from: July 2015

Putting pharmacists in the media

Posted by: Nadia BukhariTue, 21 Jul 2015

Nadia Bukhari, senior teaching fellow at the UCL School of Pharmacy, presented a show on health for the Islam Channel for the month of Ramadan.

Labelling price of medicines won’t solve the real problem

Posted by: Paul GimsonFri, 10 Jul 2015

Putting the price of a medicine on the packet may not improve medicines adherence and may have unintended consequences, writes Paul Gimson.

Tips for improving patient-centred consultations

Posted by: Sneha VariaFri, 10 Jul 2015

Telling patients what to do without listening to their needs is a limited approach to consultations. At a recent meeting in London, pharmacists made pledges to help put patients at the centre of decisions.

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?

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