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Patient: “Alexa – I’ve woken up with a rash.” Alexa: “Urticaria – also known as hives, welts or nettle rash – is a raised, itchy rash. It may appear...
15/07/2019 2 Views
I heard my receptionist say “the pharmacist will see you now” and shortly after there was a knock at my consultation room door. “Come in,” I called,...
10/07/2019 5 Views
“I’d like an appointment. I’ve had a sore throat since yesterday.” My GP practice uses full telephone triage – if you want to see a GP, you have to...
09/07/2019 10 Views
Dear negotiators at the Department of Health and Social Care, In response to the National Pharmacy Association’s (NPA) letter to Pharmaceutical...
04/07/2019 8 Views
I don’t understand why the announcement of a locum pharmacist appearing on Love Island was met with such surprise and incredulity. It’s almost as if...
03/07/2019 0 Views
We operate two community pharmacies, both in small rural market towns. One pharmacy is the only pharmacy for six miles in any direction, the other...
02/07/2019 11 Views
The NHS terms of service for pharmacies in England have been amended to enable medicines to be supplied under a serious shortage protocol (SSP)....
01/07/2019 4 Views
Networks are the current hot topic in primary care – it’s impossible to miss them. The outcome of the GP contract negotiations for 2019-20 encourages...
28/06/2019 4 Views
The long motorcade had just pulled up. It’s not often you see seven limousines, with accompanying police and helicopter escort, trying to fit in...
27/06/2019 1 Views
I have come to dread bank holidays. Firstly, as I work as a locum, I don't get to enjoy the feeling of having an exciting, paid holiday as many of...
24/06/2019 8 Views

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