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Making pharmacy safer

Community pharmacy can be exposed to violence. What can you do to reduce the risk to the team? 

Is it good to talk? Whistleblowing

Pharmacists and technicians have a professional obligation to blow the whistle if they are aware of wrongdoing.

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High street in flux as rate of store closures escalates

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When Saturday comes

Dateline: Saturday. Location: London. Objective: Disruption. And there’s no place to hide in an Xchangeathon. ...

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