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The discovery of penicillin in 1928 at the hospital where I trained to be a doctor – St Mary’s Hospital in London – revolutionised medicine....
28/10/2020 24
I’m not sure whether I can name names in this column, but if a certain pharmacist – let’s call him “S” – from a north London branch of the national...
21/10/2020 7
The sale of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines is an activity that treads the fine line between safety and convenience. Pharmacists stand on that line...
22/09/2020 8
I sometimes feel that my life is mapped out by the passing of the seasons – another Christmas passes, my kids get a year older, and of course, the...
16/09/2020 6
How is everyone doing now that we’ve had a few months of lockdown? Are you svelte from doing your online exercises with Joe Wicks or flush with your...
30/06/2020 7
“May you live in interesting times” is said to be an ancient Chinese curse – and we are certainly living in interesting times at the moment. Last...
01/06/2020 22
Each patient on my morning phone list has a note explaining what they are calling about. Usually they’re a broad mix of medical and social issues,...
18/05/2020 6
It’s a Monday lunchtime and I’m doing a ward round at a local care home when they ask me to see a new resident. Maud is 93 years old and has advanced...
01/04/2020 9
The NMS looks to be going the way of MURs – taken away from community pharmacists and made part of the job of “clinical” pharmacists working for a...
10/03/2020 7
It seems like only yesterday that I first wrote about primary care networks (PCNs), but it was actually back in June 2019. Controversial from the...
18/02/2020 8

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