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A patient came in today and said: “Isn’t it annoying – after all this fine weather, the rain has come.” I thought: “No. For those of us working in...
15/08/2018 13
Free medicine deliveries have been a bugbear ever since I started working in the sector. I imagine the arguments against this service are often the...
01/08/2018 9
Concerns around the use of valproate during pregnancy have been highlighted for some time now, but recent research shows that every baby exposed to...
26/07/2018 0
I was reading the NHS Principles this week and, as you’d expect, they are full of words like ‘respect’, ‘dignity’ and ‘compassion’. There's also “...
09/07/2018 7
I had my fair share of gripes when I was employed full time in a pharmacy. They are, no doubt, faced by many of you: a lack of staff, demands to...
04/07/2018 3
It’s becoming a strange summer, with unremittingly sunny weather and uncharacteristic English sporting success. But of course some things never...
02/07/2018 5
An email dropped into my inbox – an invitation to ‘boundaries training’. “Ooh,” I thought, “I wonder if that’s anything to do with the merger of our...
06/04/2018 6
Last week, there was some mixed news for community pharmacy in England. The announcement by the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC)...
03/04/2018 0
A few weeks ago I read a C+D article in which England’s chief pharmaceutical officer Keith Ridge showed uncharacteristic perception by acknowledging...
29/03/2018 3
This year, International Women's Day marked the centenary of women getting the right to vote in the UK, and saw an escalation of the #MeToo campaign...
26/03/2018 4

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