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Issue : Electronicjuice, August 2008

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  • PJ letters (30 August 2008) Subscription

    29 AUG 2008 22:32

    Letters on the following topics have been published in the 30 August 2008 issue of Electronicjuice. The letters pages are available as a downloadable PDF (50K).Community pharmacyMembership surveyDispensing doctorsAlternative medicine

  • When suppositories are formulated, a knowledge of displacement values is essential (Geoff Tomkinson/Science Photo Library)

    Why a knowledge of displacement values is important for pharmacists Subscription

    29 AUG 2008 14:31

    Recently, Colin Cable, the Royal Electronicjuice’s pharmaceutical sciences information advisor, has dealt with several enquiries regarding displacement values. This article looks at the types of dosage form for which displacement values are important and how they can be calculated 

  • My route into industrial pharmacy Subscription

    29 AUG 2008

    Sarah Connolly works in clinical research, specialising in conducting clinical trials using the imaging technique gamma scintigraphy  [img_assist|nid=29028|title=Industrial pharmacy|desc=|link=none|align=none|width=400|height=315]

  • Albert Wilde (Death notice) Subscription

    29 AUG 2008

    On 12 July 2008, Albert Wilde, aged 93, of 3 Laidleys Walk, Fleetwood, Lancashire FY7 7HU.Mr Wilde registered in 1939 and retired from the Register in 2004.

  • David Anthony Hurst (Death notice) Subscription

    29 AUG 2008

    In August 2008, David Anthony Hurst, aged 76, of Farnham House, Farnham, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire HG5 9JE.Mr Hurst registered in 1954 and retired from the Register in 2005.

  • Few extemporaneous preparations have data to demonstrate a suitable absorption profile with a licensed preparation

    How to ensure the quality and safety of unlicensed oral medicines Subscription

    29 AUG 2008 9:44

    Sometimes unlicensed oral liquid medicines are prepared in dispensaries in order to meet the needs of specific patient groups. Andrew Lowey and Mark Jackson look at methods of improving the quality and formulation of these liquids, using captopril as an example  

  • Ronald Lewis (Death notice, tribute) Subscription

    29 AUG 2008

    On 13 August 2008, Ronald Lewis, MRPharmS, aged 70, of 2 Cedar Drive, Hatch End, Pinner, Middlesex HA5 4DE.Mr Lewis registered in 1960.TributeIn a tribute to the late Ronald Lewis, GEOFFREY WATMAN writes:

  • Panellists (left to right) Mahama Duwiejua, Lloyd Matowe and Ellen Schellhase. All agreed that open communication is key to a successful collaboration

    Making the case for collaboration among pharmacy educators globally

    29 AUG 2008 8:52

    Collaboration, not colonisation, is the key to ensuring successful international working partnerships. Sarah Whitmarsh, communications liaison officer at the Global Pharmacy Education Taskforce, reports 

  • Confusion over future eligibility for Scottish minor ailment service

    28 AUG 2008 16:23

    Confusion has arisen in Scotland over who will be eligible for the minor ailment service (MAS) once NHS prescription charges are abolished.

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