Saturday, July 20, 2019

My pharmacy, my long-term plan

BY MIKE HOLDEN Save the date – Thursday, 26 September 2019. On the day of the prestigious Pharmacy Business Awards & Dinner event brought together every...

CALLING ALL PHARMACISTS: THE VAPE BUSINESS CONFERENCE & AWARDS 2019 IS HERE!

As smoking continues to be a leading preventable cause of illness and premature death, alternative nicotine delivery systems like vaping can play a major role...

Sigma in Borneo: Community pharmacy must grasp its future

‘Making it happen’ was the appellation for this year’s Sigma Pharmaceuticals conference…which revealed there was actually quite a lot for community pharmacy to make...
Neil Trainis

Avicenna in Vietnam

Pharmacists were told to embrace the future in a country that is trying to move on from a traumatic past. Neil Trainis reports from...

The Pharmacy Business conference: an exciting future and crucial present

The Pharmacy Business conference took pharmacists down a path to a bright future…provided they get the present right, writes Neil Trainis…   The second Pharmacy Business...

Pharmacy Business Awards: Showcasing community pharmacy excellence

The 2017 Pharmacy Business Awards shone the spotlight on community pharmacy before the minister responsible for the sector. Pharmacy Business editor Neil Trainis was...

Pharmacy making its presence felt Cape Town-style

'Survival of the fittest' was the theme of the Numark conference in South Africa where pharmacists were asked to take a long, hard look...

Upping the game samba-style

The Sigma international conference told pharmacists to raise the bar. Neil Trainis reports from Rio de Janeiro...   To the intoxicating backdrop of sunshine, sand, samba...

Numark in Argentina 2015: Lassoing the opportunities in healthcare

The Numark international conference gave pharmacists the chance to air their concerns on a range of issues to the backdrop of a Latin vibe....

Sigma in Jamaica: Storm clouds and Caribbean sunshine

The eighth annual Sigma conference gave pharmacists the chance to debate the government's swingeing cuts and try to escape the inescapable. Neil Trainis reports...