Identifying and solving problems
Introducing accreditation for tutors and innovative teaching methods will help improve registration pass rates Subscription
The way preregistration trainees are taught must be changed in order to improve pass rates and preparation for practice.
We asked several prominent academics and a student organisation what skills and abilities they thought pharmacists would need in the future and how education and training needed to change to deliver that.
Help GROW tomorrow’s pharmacists Subscription
In the first of a series of articles on tutoring, Helen Middleton explains why readers should consider becoming tutors, and how tutors and trainees can benefit from the experience
Helping patients adhere to new HIV treatment regimens using a problem-solving intervention is more successful than usual pharmacist care, a US study suggests (JAMA Internal Medicine, online 28 January 2013).
Decision making Subscription
Pharmacists have to make professional decisions that often have profound effects on others. This article looks at tools that can aid decision making
Time management for pharmacists Subscription
This article begins a new series that extends the topics covered under the continuing education heading to include a broader range of subjects. Lack of time is a challenge faced by pharmacists in all branches of the profession. Here, some suggestions are made about how to manage available time more effectively