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rob delaney Sep 9
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Yes I know there’s serious/scary/tender stuff in our show but we work hard to always keep (joke per page ratio) high as possible, even in a darker episode. Anyway, we’re editing series 4 & I can’t wait for you to see.
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rob delaney Nov 24
Replying to @robdelaney
I mean it; even if Catastrophe isn’t your favorite show, its (joke per page ratio) is much higher than normal TV shows. So it can help you laugh & shake/break up heavy food, helping you poo.
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rob delaney Aug 4
Thanks! We deliberately keep our (jokes per page ratio) high to support multiple views. We’re editing series 4 now. Hope you enjoy.
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SHPA Aug 14
The benefits of greater interpersonal cooperation between practitioners and the role of intervention on improved patient outcomes come into focus in the August , now online and free to members.
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SHPA Jul 1
In the latest episode Leadership Committee member Horst Thiele talks about improving patient safety at transition of care and the groups recent article published in :
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SHPA Jun 23
As progressive advocates for clinical excellence, SHPA members are committed to evidence-based practice & passionate about patient care. Evidence & passion need balance, and we welcome this follow-up from @AJP_Editor on this week’s debate:
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SHPA Jun 20
New out now, including research that has found positive effects from nationwide campaigns promoting Home Medicines Reviews. The overall HMR rate increased more than ten-fold from 2001 to 2012 in the SA study: June JPPR is free to members
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SHPA Jun 19
Fiery debate sparked today in @AJP_Editor following release of new section ‘A matter of opinion’. and put forward their views re: expanded primary care services in pharmacies in just-released June issue:
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Debbie Rigby Jun 19
to adopt expanded roles in primary care - for and against debate in
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SHPA Jun 12
Congratulations also to Prof Andrew McLachlan AM, member, for recognition in yesterday's . Andrew has played a key role shaping SHPA’s flagship publication , contributing articles since 1989 and serving on the editorial team from 2007-2017.
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SHPA Mar 20
New research by and finds charting is effective in increasing rates of flu vaccinations among hospitalised patients. Read more about the study online at :
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Rohan Elliott Mar 9
Achieving the quality use of medicines () is not rocket science, it's harder! Nice editorial in
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SHPA Feb 21
’ play a pivotal role in improving patient care in Australian hospitals. Latest research finds pharmacist-led education could help reduce medication-related errors by more than one-third. Feb free to SHPA members online now:
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SHPA Dec 11
Research under the microscope! Latest highlights essential pharmaceutical and from medicine-boosted breast milk supply in neonatal units to new insights on chemotherapy side effects. Dec free to SHPA members via web login:
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Jason Morrison Oct 30
Day 2/7. Seven black & white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. I challenge
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SHPA Oct 30
When hosp step up, pts & health system benefit, new med charting research shows:
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SHPA Oct 27
Pivotal role of ensuring better meds management at interface of care in focus: Latest :
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Rohan Elliott Oct 27
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Rohan Elliott 15 May 17
Latest online early: Dose administration aids (DAAs) in older people
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Rohan Elliott 1 May 17
Electronic prescribing: enthusiasm justified but caution required. Editorial by Dr Sepehr Shakib
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