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My least favourite lecture at university was always “ethics and practice”. With my head full of the wonders of microbiology and pharmacology, having...
28/05/2019 4 Views
Lloydspharmacy’s “difficult” decision to charge patients for diabetes screening and blood pressure checks this week won’t come as a surprise to many...
24/05/2019 5 Views
I remember clearly when we introduced our diabetes and blood pressure checks in Lloydspharmacy. At the time, I was an area manager and I recall there...
23/05/2019 0 Views
Any pharmacy owners who have been reading C+D will know by now that the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee’s (PSNC) negotiations with the...
16/05/2019 3 Views
The last time I wrote about the serious shortage protocol (SSP), Mr Justice Supperstone had just refused to give not-for-profit organisation the Good...
08/05/2019 1 Views
Some jokes just write themselves, such as the time parliament was evacuated owing to a sewerage leak in 2015, or any time that Viagra comes up in...
07/05/2019 1 Views
“It’s the pharmacist on the phone. There’s a shortage of naproxen, could you suggest an alternative?” There are few things more likely to wind me up...
02/05/2019 8 Views
Research has shown that the phenomenon I refer to as the ‘fear of finding out’ is a major psychological barrier that prevents people from seeking...
01/05/2019 0 Views
Floccinaucinihilipilification: The action or habit of estimating something as worthless. “Worthless” is a very emotive word. It is cold, sterile...
29/04/2019 12 Views
The deadline for the EU’s anti-counterfeit legislation – the FMD – passed on February 9. More than 130,000 pharmacies and hospitals across Europe...
29/04/2019 1 Views

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