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What's the link between green wigs and stressed pharmacists?

Diane Leicester-Hallam explains why she donned a green wig at this year's Pharmacy Show.

C+D caught up with Pharmacist Support chief executive Diane Leicester-Hallam at the Pharmacy Show on Monday (September 26) to ask what are the most common reasons pharmacists are reaching out to the 175-year-old charity.

Watch the video to find out why the sector is getting behind Pharmacist Support by 'going green'

Find out how Pharmacist Support has adapted to assist the profession over the years here

For more information, fundraising suggestions and to find out how to donate, go to the charity's website

 

The views and opinions discussed during this video news blog represent those of the speakers and not of Actavis UK Ltd Actavis

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Reporting forms and information can be found at http://www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
Adverse events can also be reported to Actavis on 01271 385257

* ‘Patient safety is Actavis’ primary concern and we encourage healthcare professionals and patients to report any adverse event which may occur in relation to an Actavis product. An adverse event includes reports of any side effect, product misuse, abuse or overdose, including inappropriate use by children or women who are pregnant or breast-feeding. It also includes reports of a product that was used for something other than the intended purpose or was ineffective, or was given with another medicine. Complaints relating to the product can also be reported.’

 

The views and opinions discussed during this video news blog represent those of the speakers and not of Actavis UK Ltd Actavis

Adverse Event and Privacy Policy click here. Adverse events* should be reported.
Reporting forms and information can be found at http://www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
Adverse events can also be reported to Actavis on 01271 385257

* ‘Patient safety is Actavis’ primary concern and we encourage healthcare professionals and patients to report any adverse event which may occur in relation to an Actavis product. An adverse event includes reports of any side effect, product misuse, abuse or overdose, including inappropriate use by children or women who are pregnant or breast-feeding. It also includes reports of a product that was used for something other than the intended purpose or was ineffective, or was given with another medicine. Complaints relating to the product can also be reported.’

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