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The Pharmaceutical Journal
Vol 268 No 7194 p544-545
20 April 2002

Meetings & Conferences

North East London LPCs Conference

This conference was organised by the North East London LPCs and held on 6 and 7 April. Sultan Dajani reports

Bids for local contracts must benefit patients and PCTs as well as community pharmacists

What are the key elements in writing a successful LPS bid? Dr Darrin Baines, director medM, commented that "pharmacy leaders are leading the profession down the wrong path, which will have dire consequences for pharmacy as a business...[more]

The Vulnerable People Scheme is gathering support The Vulnerable People Scheme currently running in Hull was outlined by Hilary Edmondson, director of Brockenhurst Chemist and Janet MacDonald, Hull and East Riding LPC...[more]

Identifying unmet needs is an important issue in elderly patients In addressing the issue of the elderly it is "not what we're doing but what unmet needs can we plug?" said Sue Sharpe, chief executive, Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee...[more]

Primary Care Quality Data project The Primary Care Informatics Group has been working with MIQUEST (Morbidity Information and Export Syntax — data extraction software) for four years, explained Simon De Lusignan, senior lecturer, St George's Hospital, London...[more]

A more proactive, formal approach to residential care homes is needed Despite the recommendations of the Royal Commission on Long Term Care, the Government and two minority reports believe it is unfair that patients have free health care in the community while patients in residential care have to pay...[more]

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