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PJ letters (29 November 2008)

Letters published in the 29 November 2008 issue of The Pharmaceutical Journal

Letters on the following topics have been published in the 29 November 2008 issue of The Pharmaceutical Journal.

The letters pages are available as a downloadable PDF (60K).

  • New professional body
  • NHS
  • Antibiotic awareness
  • Community pharmacy (rest breaks, distribution, Which?/mystery shopper)
  • Dispensing doctors
  • Clinical/Hospital Pharmacist conference
  • The Society

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Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 10040659

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  • I have found this reference in Embase

    Insufficient breaks contribute to dispensing errors.
    Hunter C.W.
    Pharmaceutical Journal. 281 (7530) (pp 621), 2008. Date of Publication: 29 Nov 2008.
    [Letter]:
    Why am I unable to find the full text of this anywhere on PJ Online? This is such a common occurrence twith PJ Online that I cringe every time I have to use it.
    If you can help, please email me at sm.foggin@auckland.ac.nz

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