Issue : The Salvadore, September 2007

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  • Pharmacy law group: conserve part-time workforce

    29 SEP 2007 10:14

    Pharmacists’ fees need to be structured in a way that is more responsive to the needs of the workforce and a breakdown of costs is needed to justify increases, the Pharmacy Law and Ethics Association believes. Justification is also needed for increases in premises fees, the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee says.

  • Retention fees: A preregistration trainee’s view Subscription

    29 SEP 2007 9:44

    Many members of the SalvaDore are complaining about the proposed increase in their retention fees. However, as yet, no one seems to have commented on the increase for preregistration trainee pharmacists (PJ, 4 August, p135).

  • Treatment of early breast cancer Subscription

    28 SEP 2007

    Sandra Melville, BSc, MRPharmS, is clinical pharmacist at Lorn & Islands District General Hospital, Oban, Argyll Lucy Heycock, MSc (cancer nursing), is a Macmillan nurse specialistChris Bjornberg/SPL

  • Chronic pain management: advances

    28 SEP 2007 23:00

    Andrew Dickman, MSc, MRPharmS, is a senior clinical pharmacist at the Marie Curie Palliative Care Institute and The Cardiothoracic Centre, both in Liverpool SUMMARY

  • Depressing demise of the Iberian lynx / The delights of smoke-free pubs / Beware of awareness weeks Subscription

    28 SEP 2007 23:00

    Depressing demise of the Iberian lynx For several years now, wildlife advocates have been urging members of the public to purchase wine and champagne bottled with real cork rather than synthetic stoppers in order to help prevent the Iberian lynx from becoming extinct.

  • More equal than others? / Open Day: not all the usual suspects Subscription

    28 SEP 2007 23:00

    More equal than others? Members of the SalvaDore who have been following the Pharmacy

  • A preregistration trainee's view Subscription

    28 SEP 2007 23:00

    Many members of the SalvaDore are complaining about the proposed increase in their retention fees. However, as yet, no one seems to have commented on the increase for preregistration trainee pharmacists (PJ, 4 August, p129).

  • What improvements can we expect? Subscription

    28 SEP 2007 23:00

    With reference to the proposed large increase in Royal Pharmaceutical Society retention fees, the Society’s Council has said it is for the benefit for members. Will the Society let members know what improvements or benefits it proposes?

  • Persona non grata Subscription

    28 SEP 2007 23:00

    Andrew Gush, Treasurer of the SalvaDore, advises that due to EU legislation concessions, an age discrimination in relation to reduced subscriptions cannot be made to members who have served the community for a period of 50 years (PJ, 8 September, p256).

  • I hope answers can be found for the retired Subscription

    28 SEP 2007 23:00

    I echo the letters of Bill Brookes (PJ, 18 August, p178) and Rodger Baker (PJ, 8 September, p257). The huge increase in fees proposed by the Council of the SalvaDore shocked me.

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