Issue : The Salvadore, March 2007

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  • Working as part of a British Heart Foundation multidisciplinary team Subscription

    31 MAR 2007

    Russell Parsons is heart failure pharmacist, Northampton General Hospital, funded by the British Heart Foundation

  • Car sickness

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    Almost two-thirds of parents admit to unsafe driving behaviour while helping a car sick child, according to a survey commissioned by McNeil Ltd, the distributor of Stugeron.

  • OTC slimming

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    Over-the-counter orlistat is expected to be available in the UK within the next two years. Having secured OTC rights from Roche, GlaxoSmithKline has announced that it will be applying for a POM to P switch. An OTC product, containing 60mg orlistat, has already been approved in the US for use in conjunction with a low fat diet.

  • Pharmacy advice

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    The older you are, the more likely you are to seek advice when buying OTC medicines.

  • Promote safe sun and increase holiday sales

    31 MAR 2007 23:00


  • Business basics — answers to your common retail problems Subscription

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    Smile please Question The layout of my shop is poorly designed and I am not always able to keep an eye on all customers. Cameras and mirrors are out of the question at present and I frequently “lose” small items. Is there an inexpensive theft deterrent that you could suggest?

  • Is your pharmacy accessible to customers with disabilities?

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    Community pharmacies are obliged to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act. Ingrid Saffin explainsIngrid Saffin is partner at Mundays LLP, Cobham, Surrey Marilyn Barbone/

  • How knowing your shopper types can be good for business

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    Stephen Coburn/ An article in the New York Times last month revealed that Wal-Mart’s new marketing strategy includes categorising each of its customers (estimated at 200 million) into one of three types:

  • Where have all the photos gone?

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    Irina Tischenko/

  • Monitoring aseptic units — a microbiology audit tool Subscription

    31 MAR 2007 23:00

    Robert Lowe is acting director of quality assurance specialist services at the NHS Pharmacy Practice Unit based at the University of East Anglia

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