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PharmWeb UK Hospital Pharmacy Discussion Group

The PharmWeb UK Hospital Pharmacy Discussion Group is designed to provide a vehicle for the free exchange of information, questions and answers about current issues, and other matters relevant to hospital pharmacy. The discussion group may also be used to send important information such as drug alerts. The discussion group is open to pharmacists in the UK.

The PharmWeb UK Hospital Pharmacy Discussion Group is being moderated by Paul Baker. Paul is a drug information pharmacist at the Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham.

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If you would like to read messages sent to the group you can either view the archive, or alternatively, directly receive e-mail messages by joining the group.

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Sending a Message to the Discussion Group

You can contribute by sending an e-mail message to HospitalUK@www2.pharmweb.net

Please remember to write your name and e-mail address at the bottom of your message

Alternatively, use the form below:

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Please complete all sections and check that your e-mail address is correct.

Joining/Leaving the Discussion Group

If you would like to join or leave this discussion group then please submit the form below. If you join the group then an e-mail message will be sent to you confirming your request. Once you receive this e-mail, please respond within 7 days to confirm that you wish to join the discussion group. Please note that a reply will only be sent to a valid e-mail address (if you do not receive a message your e-mail address may not have been recognised).

A help file can also be obtained using this form. This will explain how to use this service using simple e-mail commands rather than a web interface.

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