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Sadly, we’ve seen a number of pharmacy doors close recently, in some cases permanently. In others, we’ve seen investors deciding to try and transform...
18/07/2018 0 Views
Over the weekend I read the C+D article about the petition protesting the “unsuitable” June pre-registration exam, which apparently has received more...
16/07/2018 10 Views
“We need to be disruptive if we want to change things.” This was the challenge set at the very beginning of a recent seminar to discuss leadership...
13/07/2018 1 Views
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 Views
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 Views
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 Views
It was with a sense of joy that I learned from the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) last week that the chief executives of five...
25/06/2018 13 Views
Pharmacy plays a vital role in the NHS, and it is important that pharmacy legislation and regulation is reviewed to ensure that safety for users of...
20/06/2018 3 Views
Professor Sir Norman Williams has just sent the secretary of state for health and social care, Jeremy Hunt, his review of gross negligence...
19/06/2018 3 Views
I was giving a talk to a local stroke group this week when someone asked the question about aspirin. You know, the “should I take a low-dose aspirin...
18/06/2018 2 Views

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