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Paper flu records are

Paper flu records are "satisfactory" without national IT system

By Neil Trainis     Alastair Buxton, the director of NHS services at the PSNC, has described the absence of a national IT system to support community pharmacy's roll-out of the flu vaccination service as disappointing but suggested paper-based records "will provide ...

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features

The Big Interview: David Hinton

The Big Interview: David Hinton

David Hinton wanted to be a sports announcer but ended up pursuing a career in pharmaceuticals. And he has not looked back. The CEO of Nelsons talks to Neil Trainis...      David Hinton looks relaxed as he prepares to discuss the natural healthcare market in the UK. He

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business

Tweetings from pharmacy

Tweetings from pharmacy

John Witham, Numark’s digital marketing co-ordinator, introduces those in pharmacy who are unfamiliar with social media to the world of Twitter...     Twitter is a social network made up of messages called 'tweets.' In a tweet the user can share their thoughts,

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Pharmacy students given crash course in pre-registration exam

Pharmacy students given crash course in pre-registration exam

Fifty students attended a pre-registration crash course at the Holiday Inn in Camden Lock where they were taught to prepare for the examination.   The event, organised by Leicester-based pharmacist Altaf Vaiya and his colleagues, attracted guest speakers such as Noma Al-Ahmad, the ma

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