What will be the big stories in 2023?

In The PJ Pod's final episode of the year, the team gets ready for the next 12 months of pharmacy news.

Will pharmacists go on strike over pay? Will medicines shortages improve? What will be the biggest clinical developments next year?

In this special edition of The PJ Pod, the editorial team unpicks some of the biggest pharmacy stories of 2022 and shines a light on what pharmacists should expect in the coming 12 months.

Please do let us know what you think we have missed in this episode on social media, using the hashtag #PJPod or email us at: editor@pharmaceutical-journal.com.

See you next year!

This episode is presented by Nigel Praities, executive editor, and produced by Geoff Marsh. Thanks to PJ journalists Corrinne Burns, Dawn Connelly, Carolyn Wickware and Julia Robinson for their contributions.

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Last updated
The Pharmaceutical Journal, PJ, December 2022, Vol 309, No 7968;309(7968)::DOI:10.1211/PJ.2022.1.169709


  • Dharmendra Amin

    Why has paper copy of the pharmaceutical journal stopped? It is very hard for me to get access to pj online.

    • Anne Parfitt-Rogers

      I agree, I enjoyed reading the paper copy

      • Prafulkumar Soneji

        I agree with Dharmendra Amin and Anne Parfitt-Rogers about paper copy of The PJ, but we are now living in a "digital word" and lots of publications are only available online. I MISS holding a hard copy in my hand and read it. Perhaps RPS will find a solution 🤷🏼‍♂️🤔!!! Any solutions RPS?

        • Sheralyn Bone

          Thank you for your comments. We recommend that you consider signing up to our monthly newsletter in the preferences centre of ‘My Account’ for a link to our digital edition each month. This has links to all of the content published that month and a special ‘digital cover’. Not a complete replacement for the print edition, but a close second!

          More information on how to set and update your preferences and subscribe to newsletters can be found here: https://pharmaceutical-journal.com/preferences-and-newsletters

          Best wishes, The PJ team


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