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Panadol Compack is a tough plastic wallet pack that can be carried in a pocket or handbag. The metallic-finish pack has rounded edges and clicks open to reveal both the tablets and patient information. The packs will be introduced for the Panadol variants most likely to be purchased for pain relief on the move - Panadol tablets 16s , Panadol Extra 16s and Panadol ActiFast 14s.
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Thisweek UniChemConference Perception is reality' is a theme that ran through the opening session of the UniChem Convention taking place in Dubai this week.
A range of stakeholders told, delegates some home truths about how pharmacy is seen from the outside, as well as how pharmacists can contribute to the future health of the population Don't assume you will have a role as of right Many of the services that could be provided by pharmacists and their staff could also be done by others, a leading PCT spokesman has warned.
Do not therefore assume that it is yours as of right," Chris Town, chief executive of the Greater Peterborough PCTs, who is also the lead negotiator for the NHS management side in the current pharmacy contract negotiations, told delegates. We, in the contract negotiating team, have been anxious to ensure that, as the new contract rolls out, there are people with adequate skills within each PCT, and, to me, it is essential that as part of the team there is a qualified community pharmacist who understands the rules.
To do this "we do need urgently to change the supervision rules and allow an expanded role for technicians. This has been done for many years with hospitals but] I think community pharmacy is well off the pace on this one, although I recognise that the current regulations are, to say the least, unhelpful.
He was supportive of pharmacy's position on the OFT control of entry report, saying: The revision of the control of entry regulations will require great sensitivity, and must build on the highly constructive agreements previouslv reached between PSNC, the GPCand the Department of I lealth. Referring to the similarities between the new GP contract and the proposed framework for the new pharmacy contract, he said that he would prefer in the interests of equity that many of the additional services were negotiated nationally rather than locally, and added: Get out of dispensary, urge patients No longer can pharmacists be remote figures who stand at the back of the dispensing area never talking to the people they are dispensing for.
Instead, pharmacists should be happy to talk to patients, to explain things and answer questions. Setting out his association's opposition to the control of entry report, Mr Stone felt things should remain pretty much as they are. While acknow ledging that il is difficult to be "everything to everyone", he said it was useful to find out whether what is being offered is yvhat the public wants. You will find the feedback both interesting and informative," he advised. Opening times are important, but so are the services you have to offer.
There is also the view that we need to raise our game in terms of premises' layout and design and, in particular, through the provision of appropriate consultation areas.
We also need to move toward a more patient-focused service. UniChem's own Portfolio sy stem of value added initiatives will mean that UniChem will be able to focus on commercial training in such areas as staff development, people management, health and safety and retail development. As a result, Moss now provides 1 5 of Scotland's 18 prisons with a pharmaceutical offering that includes clinical and professional services on top of the supply function.
Such has been IVloss's impact that its three-year contract with the SPS was extended by a further two years last November. What the SPS wanted was a standardised service to replace the 'mish-mash' of locally negotiated services, says Pamela McGowan, Moss's prison contract manager.
As well as improving the quality of pharmacy services, Moss can now provide the SPS with a breakdown of all the medicines dispensed according to BNF categories. Prior to Moss's service, nurses were responsible for dispensing, a far from ideal situation, adds Pamela. Alter winning the contract, Moss began pharmacy services in one prison and within the next three months enrolled further prisons at the rate of up to two per week.
As well as a dispensing service, Moss set about establishing a range of clinical and professional services in line with the prison authority's objectives of trying o educate and empow er inmates so that they can cope when they return to the community, says Pamela.
A large, purpose- built dispensary based at UniChem's Livingston depot is the nerve-centre for Moss's prison service operation. Led by dispensary manager Kirstie I lepburn, the staff - one full-time and three part-time pharmacists plus six full-time and one-part time pharmacy technicians - dispense both acute and repeat medication for all the prisons.
The dispensary runs with clockwork efficiency, as the workload is mind-boggling. It serves a population of 6, prisoners and medication is dispensed weekly. At prisons such as Glenochil, up to 60 per cent of prisoners are on regular medication.
Daily prescription requests feed into the dispensary via fax servers, and UniChem delivers all requests received in the morning to the prisons that day. When UniChem's deliver drivers firs arrived in their green polo shirts, they found their uniform matched that of th prisoners, and they had to change quickly lest the prison staff thought j they were escapees.
The dispensary positively hums with activity and is open from 8. An out-of-hours package via pager service allows prison staff to get health advice as well as request emergency medication supplies.
Although prisoners an encouraged to take control of ordering their medicines - as it improves compliance and self-esteem - medicin such as CDs, benzodiazepines, analgesics and antipsychotics are 32 4 October Chemist -. Druggist pharmacy practice supplied by the prison staff under supervision. The aim is to prevent prisoners from being bullied and having their medication stolen; particularly those drugs with overdose potential.
Also, liquid medicines are only supplied in plastic bottles, while tablets are placed in clear plastic bags without patient information leaflets. This prevents prisoners from 'developing 1 side effects and abusing the healthcare system, says James Tay lor, healthcare manager at HM Glenochil Prison. If you arc locked up for extended periods, suggests James, boredom sets in and you inevitably find some way to wind up the system.
But pharmacists are on liand, however, to counsel patients about side effects when they receive the medicines for the first time, say s James, and posters are put up telling prisoners that they can request patient information leaflets at any time. Reassuringly, those who do request PILs do not abuse the system. Overall, the aim is to empower and educate prisoners, says Kirstie, by moving away from a model w here prisoners are supervised and towards an ideal where they can order their own medication.
Not only do iprisoners tend to come from the lowest social class, they are also more likely to have asthma, diabetes, pain, and addiction. The variety of health clinics run in Glenochil reflects the needs of the prison population. Currently there are 12 clinics on offer: Some of these involve up to inmates - Glenochil's entire population. Twelve nurses help to run the clinics, including four mental health nurses and an addiction specialist. Patricia McAleer is one of Moss's three peripatetic pharmacists that provide the extended pharmacy services in the prisons.
She visits all 16 prisons at least once each month but if there are ipecific health programmes to be mdertaken, she visits weekly.
Along with Moss's two other peripatetic pharmacists - Karen Rowell md Alison Gillanders - Patricia runs linics in health promotion and smoking cessation, as well as answering prisoner's medical queries, liaising with other healthcare stalf, and providing emergency medical stocks, such as antibiotics, insulin and depot antipsychotics.
Following a pilot scheme run in 1 1M Young Offenders Institute Polmont two years ago, there was a "huge demand" to develop it further, says Kirstie. The remit was to look at smoking cessation in young people and Polmont was one of eight projects chosen. The three- vear pilot, currently in its second year, consists of a week programme with group and individual support backed by a smoking co-ordinator.
Results to date have been excellent, says Kirstie. Part of this success is because participants could be considered a 'captive audience'. Prisoners taking part in the clinic also contribute to a review group. The level of commitment has been "fantastic.
Other successes have been an intervention scheme and a drop-in clinic. The drop-in clinic, says Patricia, began as a result of "people learning w ho I w as and stopping me w herever they met me. It quickly became apparent there was a need for pharmaceutical care and we decided to adopt an 'individualised healthcare approach' to reflect the community pharmacy approach, whereby pharmacists issue medicines and counsel patients at the same time.
I lelen I lilton, Glenochil's mental health team clinical manager, says she expressed trepidation w hen Moss began but that she now welcomes the input. She says Moss's role is vital as there are three things, which if not delivered on time, can take the "lid off the jail" and these are visits, food and medication. As for xVloss's pharmacy team, Patricia says that she would now find it difficult to go back to working in a branch.
Pamela savs the hard work has been worthwhile, while Kirstie says the most rewarding part is being part of a team of pharmacists. Copy date noon Tuesday prior to Saturday publication. Cancellation deadline 10am Friday; one week prior to insertion date. All cancellations must be in writing. Telephone 01 , Fax: You can do this by visiting www. Are you paying too much for poor advice or service?
Are you treated with indifference? If your answers to these questions are mainly YES, you need our services urgently. Jay www. We employ around 5, staff and offer an excellent range of staff amenities. The Trust provides a comprehensive range of general acute hospital services from two main district general hospitals, the Conquest Hospital in Hastings and the District General Hospital in Eastbourne.
The pharmacy provides services to the Trustsacute beds and to other healthcare locations throughout East Sussex. The department is clinically orientated and progressive in outlook, with developing services. Modern accommodation is available on-site with associated hospital social facilities. Flexible working patterns are well established, so applications from job-sharers are welcome.
EAS EL Discretionary points awarded for Accredited Checking and Medication Management We are looking for an enthusiastic self-motivated qualified technician to join our friendly technician led dispensary. Our team of technicians provides a range of dispensary and ward based services including the medicine management scheme.
You will be encouraged to undertake regional Accreditation Schemes to extend your role according to the strategy for the development for pharmacy technicians.
Previous experience, although desirable, is not essential, as full training in every aspect of the post will be given. Newly qualified technicians and those without hospital experience are welcome to apply. For further information or an informal discussion, please contact Ruth Chatterley Principal Technician or Elizabeth Norman Senior Technician on ext.
Tel quoting the reference number. The Trust is committed to equality of opportunity. Excellent salary plus travel expenses or company car offered. M Shillam Or Druggist Classified "Aiming to provide the highest quality education and training services for pharmacy support staff" Dispenser required for Dispensing Doctor's Practice.
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Druggist 4 October 37 [Backissues, UniChem has appointed Amanda Butler as its first ever human resources director. Amanda joins from DFDS and among her new responsibilities will be to ensure "that the 'people 1 side of the business is considered at the most senior level - the UniChem Board". Helen has 1 1 years' experience in sales and marketing, hav ing previously worked for 3M UK. Beatson Clark has appointed Doug Parton as its news business development manager with responsibility for all UK and export sales within Beatson Clark's distributor and wholesale department.
William Ransom has two new non-executive directors. He has also been a director of Hambros Hank, where he was head of corporate finance. Mr Mann was formerly director of business development for Weston Medical Group. A la recherche du temps perdu In remembrance of times past, a reunion took place last month ahead of the BPC.
It was the 10th anniversary of BPC '93 which was held in the hazy fin de siecle days in Reading. That was one of the last British Pharmaceutical Conferences organised by a local committee which, in addition to arranging all the university accommodation for the conference sessions, also arranged a programme of excursions, sports competitions and a choice of evening social events "to suit all tastes". Since then, the committee has continued to meet socially and felt like commemorating its decade of entente cordiale by dining in style at the famous Laperouse restaurant in Paris.
Founded in and frequented by literary giants such as 1 lugo and Zola, the restaurant is the onh one in Paris that still boasts small private rooms "in which one can eat and satisfy w hatever other appetite one has". Well that's what celebrant diner old us "The committee report that they did indeed have a private room and a very enjoyable evening.
Sporting blazers and BPC boaters on the steps of the much to the amusement of passing Parisians are the members of the organising committee for the Reading BPC of There you are, a liberal government anc decriminalising cannabis so it car be used as a medicine and w hat c you get? Well, that seems to be the case in Canada where the federal heal department has allowed marijuar to be sold since July to alleviate tl symptoms of conditions such as AIDS and cancer.
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