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After attending a Dementia Friends session recently, it was interesting to hear many ideas we could put into practice to make dementia sufferers feel...
25/04/2019 0 Views
Luke was running. That was because he was late, and being late was a bad thing, because his tutor would be disappointed. It was just past daybreak,...
24/04/2019 5 Views
I’m sure I’m not the only GP pharmacist delighted with the introduction of the new state-backed indemnity scheme for general practice. Over the past...
23/04/2019 1 Views
Today, many people choose to work in diverse and flexible ways, which can have a direct impact on their tax status. This has formed the basis of...
17/04/2019 3 Views
Are you sitting down? Of course not. You’re stood at the bench with a script in one hand and a phone in the other trying to beg for stock that is, in...
16/04/2019 4 Views
Dear readers, In my introductory blog for C+D I invited you to join me on a rollercoaster of emotion. I think those words might have been a little...
15/04/2019 3 Views
LGBT Foundation is thrilled that Dr Michael Brady has been appointed the new government advisor for LGBT health. We look forward to working...
12/04/2019 4 Views
Oh the joy, oh the ecstatic anticipation when my Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) membership card arrived in the post. Giddy with excitement I tore...
11/04/2019 5 Views
March 12, 8.30am. Too early for work, too late to get a coffee. I sat in my car, waiting for the day to begin. Flicking through my phone to kill time...
10/04/2019 8 Views
The GPhC’s new Registered Pharmacies Enforcement Policy, relating to its powers to enforce compliance with its standards for registered pharmacies,...
09/04/2019 0 Views

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