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  • Vaccine administration in pharmacies - a Scottish success story Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    Caroline A. Hind, PhD, MRPharmS, is pharmacist facilitator, and George Downie, MSc, FRPharmS, is director of pharmacy and medicines management at NHS Grampian.

  • Career choices, working patterns and the future pharmacy workforce Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    We recognise that pharmacy careers in the future may be characterised as following a portfolio or “boundaryless” career1 whereby job moves may not necessarily involve promotion, and pharmacy careers may consist more of a range of sequences of occupational experiences

  • Learning from Bristol? Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    Five years ago, the Bristol Royal Infirmary Inquiry — under the chairmanship of Sir Ian Kennedy — published its final report. The inquiry examined the catalogue of surgical disasters in paediatric cardiology at the hospital between 1984 and 1995 and revealed — among many shortcomings — woeful gaps in medical accountability and patient safety.

  • Praise for pharmacists Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    It was most refreshing to read the praise and commendation in reading the letter which was published in The Daily Telegraph on Saturday 22 July. I assume that the writer was a member of the medical profession and I quote: “There is a remarkably simple solution to the problem of drug errors by hospital doctors. … Consultants should have a pharmacist

  • A panegyric to lost arts of pharmacy Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    Glyn Kearney’s letter (PJ, 22 July, p102) was a panegyric to the lost arts of pharmacy and an apparent elegy for his own youth.

  • Compliance aid supplies to patients under the DDA Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    A problem has arisen that I could foresee when the new community pharmacy contract was implemented last April. When we were asked to vote on the new contract there was originally supposed to be a level 1 and level 2 payment for provision of services under the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). Although the fees had not been decided at the time the level

  • Time to review protocol Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    Most pharmacists will agree the advance of medicines use reviews within community pharmacy has provided an opportunity to use our knowledge, identify where pharmaceutical therapy could be improved and enhance patient compliance. So much so, that Department of Health figures indicate that some pharmacies may be doing over the “contracted” 250 per

  • Can an apparent contradiction be reconciled? Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    A recent article (PJ, 3 June, p655 PDF (40K)), suggested that ibuprofen should be avoided in the treatment of strains and sprains because the inflammation experienced in the first few days was an important part of the healing

  • Important that pharmacists can seize opportunities Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    As a retired Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education tutor, I recall the annoyance with which I looked at the list of non-attenders after a CPPE meeting, and at the amount of wasted food, paper etc. We were instructed to telephone non-attenders after meetings and try to ascertain the reasons for their absence.

  • Should be granted as a matter of right after, say, 40 years Subscription

    28 JUL 2006 23:00

    I cannot let pass without comment the response by Dick Hazlehurst (PJ, 22 July, p106) to the letter from Ewa Hopkins (PJ, 15 July, p75).

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