What should PMR systems be doing for pharmacy, asks Noel Wicks?
I love technology. I’m the sort of person the technology guys refer to as an ‘early adopter’. If there’s a new piece of kit I’ll get it and in most cases retain it in the attic for long after the novelty has worn off. In fact, I was rummaging in the loft the other day and I found the Amstrad PenPad I bought in 1996 for £50 from a Tandy store (remember those?).
While taking a walk down this electronic nostalgia lane, I reflected on how far things have come since: of course, today I can use my smartphone to book a flight, translate a language, make a video call and even send money across the globe.