The Pharmaceutical Journal
PJ 2009;283:606, 613-636
5 December 2009
Christmas and New Year issues
Two double issues will be published by The Journal to cover the Christmas and New Year period.
The issue dated 19/26 December will close for news and letters at 1pm on Tuesday 15 December.
The 2/9 January 2010 issue will close at 1pm on Tuesday 5 January.
Notice concerning the retention fee process for 2010
For the attention of all pharmacists and pharmacy technicians on either Part 1 or Part 2 of the Society’s Registers.
In accordance with rule 7(7) of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (Registration) rules 2007, if you have not received an application form for retention on the Register by 10 December 2009, you must notify the Registrar accordingly.
You can do this by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 020 7572 2322.
The retention fee is due and payable by 1 January 2010.
Avoid soft targets
Pharmacy regulation: change is coming
DRUG ALERT: Acetylcysteine
Fuel surcharge (AAH)
Lithium therapy (resources)
Medicines funding (e-learning)
Correction: Online focus groups
Homoeopathy’s emerging credibility?
Letters for 5 December
How pharmacists could save lives by cutting pharmaceutical carbon
Does secondary care impact on primary care prescribing performance?
Cancer chemotherapy: basic science to the clinic
by Rachel Airley
Taking the lead in patient safety: how healthcare leaders influence behaviour and create culture
by Thomas R. Krause and John H. Hidley
MMR: science and fiction — exploring the vaccine crisis
by Richard Horton
Non-medical prescribing in health care practice: a toolkit for students and practitioners
edited by Dawn Brookes and Anne Smith
A world free of smallpox for 30 years
Dangers of eating anchovies
De Quincey and attitudes to opium
MEP: Medicines, ethics and practice | December 2009 amendments
Caring for prisoners’ health needs