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There are occasional gems among the rants and raves that comprise the comments sections beneath online articles. Just the other day, I was so struck...
02/11/2016 3
It’s flu jab turf-wars season again. And if there was a fair bit of mud-slinging going on last year, this time round it sounds like it’s getting...
04/10/2016 6
There’s a hubbub going on in general practice at the moment. And that hubbub is about hubs. This may be news to you pharmacists,  but it won’t be...
29/09/2016 6
It’s not like me to gloat. But on this occasion, I think it’s justified. To explain: a few years back, when many of our local pharmacists embarked on...
07/09/2016 26
All the talk about turf wars between pharmacists and GPs is quite funny really. It’s referred to so often that it’s assumed to be true. But I’m not...
22/08/2016 7
Suddenly, vitamin D is everywhere. Everywhere, that is, except in our bodies. Newspaper headlines, TV programmes and consumer mags have all been...
01/08/2016 4
But maybe we should be focusing as much on the latter as on the former, these days. I say this because of two coincident events. First, a meeting –...
25/07/2016 2
Each week, I read more and more about the funding cuts faced by the pharmacy sector, and I think, “Been there” – but not quite “Done that”. Because,...
23/05/2016 2
Now, let me make myself abundantly clear. I am not condoning any fraudulent activity. And I am definitely no great fan of medicines use reviews (MURs...
14/04/2016 4
Spring is sprung and the grass is riz. And that’s not the only thing on the up at this time of year. Because the prescription charge in England has...
12/04/2016 0

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