Are you ready to be asked about clots?

Leanneby Leeanne Lewis, Divisional Pharmacist for Scheduled Care,
Royal Gwent Hospital

I have been filled with enthusiasm after attending the launch of a national campaign in Wales to stop blood clots and save lives earlier this month at The Senedd.

The Ask about Clots campaign, developed by the 1000 Lives Improvement service, part of Public Health Wales, is encouraging patients to ask healthcare professionals about their risk of developing a blood clot so they can be assessed and given appropriate treatment to prevent it. Read more Are you ready to be asked about clots?

2014 – a busy year for pharmacy in Wales

Jocelyn-Parkes

by Jocelyn Parkes, Director, Royal Pharmaceutical Society in Wales

Hello, I would like to introduce myself as the new Director of the RPS in Wales. Some of you will know me already as I have been working as Principal Policy Advisor at the RPS for the last ten years. For the past few weeks, whilst the rain has whipped itself against the windows of the RPS Wales office, the Welsh Pharmacy Board and RPS Wales’s staff have been busy planning the work programme for the coming year and how, through our work, we can best support you as members.

In this first blog post of the year, I would like to share with you our plans for 2014. As for future blogs, I would be interested to hear your views. What topics and authors you would like to be covered in future blogs? Please email our Communications Officer, Kirsty.luff@rpharms.com  with any ideas, or record your views publicly below.

Read more 2014 – a busy year for pharmacy in Wales