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Supportive measures

Dilip Joshi welcomes government moves to introduce organ donation opt-out.

Cash flow critical

There’s only one undisputed issue in community pharmacy right now and that’s cash flow, says Mukesh Lad.

Winning hearts and minds in Brighton

Dilip Joshi was on the NPA’s award winning stand at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton at the conclusion of another eventful month.

Double, double, toil and trouble

Sid Dajani feels fright night has set in at the Department of Health.

Scotland the brave!

Our correspondent enviously eyes developments north of the border.  

Down to earth as reality bites

LPC chairman Dilip Joshi starts the month full of optimism as he looks forward to his teaching role but is brought back down to earth at the end as a local commissioner cuts service funding

Exit, pursued by a bear

Sid Dajani takes to the stage in a bid to shut out the Department of Health's latest theatrics.

An onlooker's notebook - October 2017

Someone from the BMA has been having a go again at the pharmacy flu service.

Beware the law of unintended consequences

Changing legislation on supervision is all very well but what does the DH want from us exactly, asks our correspondent

Repeat after me: ban won't work

Martin Hao and Quintus Liu, co-founders of Healthera, say the move for clinical commissioning groups to stop pharmacies from repeat ordering is wrong.

Onlooker's Notebook - September 2017

Onlooker will miss John D’Arcy at Numark and contemplates French pharmacy waiting times.

Are you fit for purpose?

It’s time independents took business management seriously, argues Mukesh Lad.

The ball's in whose court?

Professor Stephen Hawking served up an ace with his recent lecture on his concerns for the NHS.

Lessons from charity

A meeting with a charity worker friend causes LPC chairman Dilip Joshi to reflect on how pharmacy’s hands are tied when it comes to helping people in need.

Smoking cessation manoeuvres

Lambeth Council has arranged a series of meetings around the provision of smoking cessation services, Dilip Joshi writes.

Waiting for the axe to fall

Our correspondent deplores the advent of 'magic money tree economic theory'.  

Onlooker's Notebook - July 2017

From the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s point of view, the outcome of the General Election could be a good thing.

Painted into a corner?

Moved by Matisse, Sid Dajani wishes politicians could be as creative in their approach to the NHS.  

Tackling the bumph

LPC chairman Dilip Joshi begins his month helping contractors jump the many and various hurdles needed to qualify for extra payments.

My manifesto for pharmacy

Mukesh Lad sets out his own manifesto to ensure a strong and stable future for community pharmacy.

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