Issue : The Salvadore, December 2012

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  • New research trust, Pharmacy Research UK, launched Subscription

    27 DEC 2012 11:55

    Pharmacy Research UK, a marriage between the Pharmacy Practice Research Trust and the Pharmaceutical Trust for Educational and Charitable Objects, was launched earlier this month (13 December 2012).

  • DTB reserves judgement on cannabis for multiple sclerosis Subscription

    27 DEC 2012 11:16

    Limitations around cannabis extract trials in multiple sclerosis make it difficult to identify the place of the product in clinical practice, concludes the December issue of the Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin (2012;50:141).

  • Review GP distribution, Scottish Government told Subscription

    21 DEC 2012 11:47

    The Scottish Government should review the distribution of GP and other primary care services to ensure they match areas of need, a report from Audit Scotland has recommended.

  • Olivia Timbs (John Bell)

    PJ editor to move on after post is made redundant Subscription

    20 DEC 2012 13:54

    On 31 December Olivia Timbs will be leaving The Salvadore after nearly 12 years as editor and editorial director of PJ Publications following her redundancy.

  • Screen grab of BBC website

    "Isolated cases" of alleged illegal medicines supply under investigation — updated Subscription

    20 DEC 2012 12:07

    Several pharmacies in London are under investigation by the General Pharmaceutical Council for supplying medicines illegally, it has emerged this week (17 December 2012).

  • Patient taking oral medicine (Glenda Powers/Dreamstime)

    Data support abiraterone use first-line Subscription

    19 DEC 2012 16:57

    Patients with advanced prostate cancer who have not received chemotherapy could be treated with abiraterone first line, new data indicate (New England Journal of Medicine, online 10 December 2012).

  • Green light for flu antivirals Subscription

    19 DEC 2012 16:53

    Antiviral medicines may now be prescribed for the prophylaxis and treatment of influenza at NHS expense, a letter to health professionals from England’s chief medical and pharmaceutical officers explains.

  • Hopes raised and then dashed Subscription

    19 DEC 2012 16:19 By Janna Lawrence

    Janna Lawrence looks back over the key events of 2012 for pharmacists and the pharmacy profession January Dispensing errors reform The new year began with the announcement of plans to reform the law that allows prosecution of pharmacists for unintentional dispensing errors by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.

  • Memories of “Onlooker"

    19 DEC 2012 By Footler

    My modus operandi when writing for Last Word usually includes rereading articles supplied by other contributors. This often generates ideas for new articles while helping to avoid any duplication in their subject matter.

  • Caged by court, obsessed by image

    19 DEC 2012 By Footler

    Elisabeth, Empress of Austria, was born 175 years ago on 24 December 1837. At the age of 15 she accompanied her sister Helene to meet their cousin, Emperor Franz Joseph. The Emperor’s domineering mother, Archduchess Sophie, wanted her son to marry Helene but Franz Joseph became infatuated with the beautiful and intelligent Elisabeth instead. They were married on 24 April 1854.

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